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Dangerous conditions at Djibouti base threatens US military pilots

An HH-60 Pave Hawk at Camp Lemonnier.Conditions at an African base used by U.S. military pilots flying missions over Yemen and Somalia have become chronically dangerous, with fliers relying on local air-traffic controllers who sleep on the job and commit frequent errors, the Washington Post reported on Thursday.

RAF delivers vital UN supplies in South Sudan

A C-130J Super Hercules.An RAF C-130 aircraft will today leave RAF Brize Norton, on a UN mission to deliver vital supplies to remote Malakal in South Sudan.

UN contracts AAR to provide air charter services for peacekeeping missions in the DRC

AAR has been awarded a MONUSCO contract.AAR Airlift has been awarded a $19 million contract by the United Nations for airlift services in Central Africa, covering passenger and cargo in support of the UN mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

US Army provides camps for UN peacekeepers in CAR

A United Nations peacekeeper camp in the Central African Republic.United Nations peacekeepers in the Central African Republic (CAR) are living and working in Force Provider base camps provided by the United States Army, which was awarded a $19 million contract for camps last year.

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