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Exercise African Lion 16 concludes with success | Marine Forces Reserve

A report on the conclusion of the joint US-Morocco Exercize African Lion 16, which helps to “maintain a strong military relationship with the Royal Kingdom of Morocco and other partners”: As Exercise African Lion 16 concluded, participating service members wrapped-up training and prepared to take newly gained knowledge back to their home nations. Service members from the U.S. Armed Forces, the Moroccan Royal Armed Forces, the Federal Republic of Germany ...

Infographic: African Lion and the Evolution of US-Morocco Security Cooperation

Caitlin Dearing Scott and Jordan Merran, MAC April 20, 2016 From April 18-27, soldiers from the US and Morocco will be joined by their counterparts Germany, Senegal, Mauritania, Italy, Spain, Canada, the Netherlands, England, and Tunisia for the 16th iteration of African Lion– the “annually scheduled, bilateral U.S. and Moroccan sponsored exercise designed to improve interoperability and mutual understanding of each nation’s tactics, techniques and procedures.” Building on previous exercises, ...

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