Thursday, November 25, 2021

Ethiopia is about to become the new Army playground.

 via The Drive

Since Nov. 19, 2021, at least 16 different C-17As, as well as a larger C-5 Galaxy cargo plane, have been tracked flying from multiple U.S. Army bases in the United States – Fort Bragg in South Carolina, Fort Campbell in Kentucky, and Fort Stewart in Georgia – to Djibouti–Ambouli International Airport. The aircraft have all made their way to East Africa via a number of common intermediate destinations, including Bangor in Maine, Ramstein Air Base in Germany, and Moron Air Base in Spain. 


Hmm.  So if we're looking at bases that's the 82nd, 101st and 3rd ID.  The only unit of note that isn't in play (for the Army's Rapid Deployment regimen) is the 10th Mtn.

Africa is about to be the Army's new playground.

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