U.S. Army Maj. Gen. William B. Garrett, III, commander of U.S. Army Africa, spoke about the Army’s mission in Africa and some of the issues it faces day-to-day during a “DoDLive” Blogger’s Roundtable Jan. 4.
“Our mission — our new mission, I should say — is, U.S. Army Africa as the Army service component command, for U.S. Africa Command, enables full-spectrum operations while conducting sustained security engagement with African land forces to promote security, stability and peace,” Garrett said.
Joining us on the roundtable were: Chuck Simmins, www.northshorejournal.org; David Axe, www.warisboring.com; Grim, www.blackfive.net; Jennifer DiMascio, www.politco.com; and Nick Mottern, www.consumersforpeace.org.
To view the transcript from this interview, click here.
To listen to the audio from this interview, click here.
To read the article on Defense.gov, click here.