U.S. Army Staff Sgt., 407th Civil Affairs Battalion, gestures to Djibouti Army Soldiers during Key Leader Engagement Exercise as Part of Civil Military Cooperation Training
Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa conducted Civil Military Co-operation training with members of the Djibouti military at Bat Hill 2, in Arta, Djibouti, Dec. 1-19, 2014.
Charlie Company, 407th Civil Affairs Battalion educated 19 Djibouti Armed Forces cadets during their ongoing partnership with Arta Interservices Military Academy (AMIA), Nov. 4, 2014.
Civil Affairs Team 0733 from Charlie Company, 407th Civil Affairs battalion recently trained 25 Burundian National Defense Force Soldiers in the art of Civil Military Cooperation (CIMIC).
Charlie Company, 407th Civil Affairs Battalion (CA BN), assumed authority from Bravo Company, 443rd CA BN, during a transition of authority ceremony Aug. 23, 2014, on Camp Lemonnier.
The Civil Affairs Soldiers are hot-desking again. NCOs are getting blood types, officers are scheduling sync meetings and the top-floor shipping container-turned office is what U.S. Army Spc. Andrew Paget calls the New York Stock Exchange.