Sub-Saharan Africa and the Unified Command Plan

Campbell, John E.
October 2001
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Autumn2001, Issue 29, p72
Discusses the role of the United States in improving the security environment in Sub-Saharan Africa. Establishing a regional command for the continent; Responsibilities of unified commanders, according to the `Annual Report to the President and the Congress'; Potential of a commander in chief to influence regional affairs.


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