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US troops support DR Congo’s Logistics School

A US soldier assists a DRC soldier rebuilt a truck engine. Africom photo.Recently, the Democratic Republic of Congo National Logistics School graduated its fourth class since 1983. U.S. Army Africa and several international organizations were involved in the curriculum and instruction at the school in Kinshasa, DRC.

U.S. considering drones in North Africa to monitor Islamic State

A Reaper UAV.The United States is holding discussions with countries in North Africa about locating drones at a base there to heighten monitoring of Islamic State in Libya, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, citing a senior administration official.

US Marines test forward-staging abilities in Gabon

A Boeing V-22 Osprey.Four MV-22 Ospreys, two KC-130J Hercules tankers, more than 150,000 pounds of gear and almost 200 U.S. Marines and sailors temporarily relocated half of a continent away from their base in Moron, Spain, effectively enabling the force to reach an estimated 400 additional miles inland.

China military declines to confirm Djibouti base plan

Chinese military forces.China's Defence Ministry on Thursday declined to confirm a report that it was in talks for a military base in Horn of Africa country Djibouti, though it said all countries had an interest in regional peace and stability.

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