SFABs following regional deployment model to assist partner nations

By Ashley Tressel / October 13, 2020 at 4:30 PM
As the Army continues to send its Security Force Assistance Brigades overseas to advise and assist foreign partners, a new regionally aligned deployment model seeks to provide a "sustained presence," according to the general in charge of these specialized forces. Brig. Gen. Scott Jackson, commander of the 1st Security Force Assistance Command, said today the SFABs have "reengaged" in Africa and South America, following a pause due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, while forces come and go from the Pacific...

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