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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mar 2 Avr 2013 - 10:26

et c est parti hier j ai vu un grand navire militaire us au port d agadir entrain de se préparer a décharger sa cargaison comme celui de l année 2011
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mar 2 Avr 2013 - 10:41

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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Ven 5 Avr 2013 - 14:07

rien a prendre actuellement comme photos le navire n a pas encore commencer a vider sa charge le port et quasi plein
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Lun 8 Avr 2013 - 3:22

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African Lion 13 Begins with Maritime Offload

AGADIR, Morocco – As part of Exercise African Lion 13, a joint force of Marines, airmen, sailors, and soldiers conducted a maritime prepositioning offload at the port of Agadir, Morocco, that delivered, organized, and prepared vehicles and equipment for the joint multi-lateral exercise, April 6.

“We are going through the entire maritime prepositioning process; from planning all the way through to the offload, employment to implementation, and then to retrograde, reconstitution and back-loading the ship,” said Lt. Col. Peter J. Mahoney, the officer-in-charge of the Arrival-and-Assembly Operation Group, AL-13.

The U.S. Navy Ship Dahl, a cargo transport, pulled into the Moroccan port to deliver more than 250 short tons of equipment for the exercise, slated to begin this month.

“This is a true Maritime Prepositioning of Force ‘drill’ where all the equipment from the offload will actually be used during the exercise,” said Mahoney, a Red Bank, N.J., native.

Joint Task Force- Port Opening is a joint-force service element commanded by U.S. Transportation Command with the capability to rapidly establish and initially operate a port of debarkation and distribution, facilitating ship-to-shore support for regional combatant commanders.

“We work with all services depending on where we go,” said Maj. Joseph M. Borovicka, an operations officer for JTF-PO. “It’s replicating what we would be doing during a real-world contingency,” added Borovicka, regarding the MPF here.

“When we say ‘rapid,’ we mean it. I can have my whole unit in-route to an objective in 36 hours. It’s an awesome capability,” said Borovicka, a native of Greenville, S.C.

The current offload of JTF-PO represents an MPF where all task force elements are participating at the same time.

“The JTF-PO usually does this for other drills and exercises [throughout the year], but this is one of the few times they are here with the ‘customer,’” Mahoney said.

“Having the customer here has been great for the task force because we’ve had a lot of integration opportunities,” said Mahoney. “It’s great for the Marines because we don’t always work with USTRANSCOMM assets.”

The offload will continue throughout the week, delivering 7-ton trucks, armored Humvees, Howitzers, and other logistical items such as Meals Ready to Eat (MREs) for the exercise.

“We have to utilize capabilities throughout the entire Department of Defense,” said Borovicka. “We can never train enough, but we need to have the habitual working relations such that we can converge, build the team, and do the mission.”

Exercise African Lion is a U.S. Africa Command-scheduled, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Africa- led, joint multi-lateral exercise that will involve more than 1,400 U.S. servicemembers and approximately 900 Royal Moroccan Armed Forces to conduct military-to-military engagements in various exercises that build military partner-nation capacity. For the first time, members of the Federal Republic of Germany Armed Forces and members of 12 additional European and African countries will observe the exercise. During AL-13, the combined task force will conduct familiarization and training to include: command post exercise, live-fire and maneuvering, peace keeping operations, intelligence capacity building seminar, humanitarian and civic assistance, amphibious operations, aerial refueling and low-level flight training

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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mer 10 Avr 2013 - 16:01

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Robins reserve combat comm unit supports African Lion exercise

by Bo Joyner
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4/10/2013 - ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Fourteen members of Air Force Reserve Command's 55th Combat Communications Squadron here are in Morocco providing critical communications support for African Lion 2013, an annually scheduled, bilateral U.S. and Moroccan sponsored exercise designed to improve interoperability and mutual understanding of each nation's tactics, techniques and procedures.

The reservists and five pallets of computers, cables, switches, satellite dishes, tents and other supplies left Robins on a KC-135 in early April. After their arrival in Agadir, Morocco, the comm specialists from the 55th set up the communications network that will serve as the backbone for African Lion, which runs through the end of April.

"We are providing SIPR (secure internet), NIPR (non-secure internet), voice and some VTC (video teleconferencing) for this large-scale exercise," said Senior Master Sgt. Bart Sawyer, 55th CBCS superintendent.

"Our folks have been training hard," added Lt. Col. Lee Mumford, 55th CBCS commander. "We finished an ORI in December of 2010 and a UCI in August of 2012 and we're ready to put our training to the test and show that we can provide comm to the war-fighter in an austere location."

Providing communications for Africa Lion is a challenging mission. More than 1,400 U.S. military service members are joining more than 900 Moroccan soldiers in various regions of the country to take part in a wide variety of training, including command post operations, life-fire and maneuvering, peace-keeping operations, amphibious operations, and aerial refueling and low-level flight training. In addition, exercise participants will provide medical, dental, pediatric and optometry care to thousands of Moroccans throughout the country.

"This is a great opportunity for our people to train in a joint environment with people from the other services and other countries," Mumford said. "Providing comm to all of the participants who need it will definitely put us to the test."

"This exercise is the real deal," Sawyer added. "Our mission is to deliver tactical communications systems for dominant combat operations anytime, anywhere and we're ready to prove we're up to the challenge."

Military representatives from close to 20 different nations are expected to check out what African Lion is all about this year. "The embassy has invited a host of nations this year to expand African Lion into a true multi-lateral exercise," U.S. Army Maj. Barrett McNabb, U.S. Embassy Rabat liaison officer, said in a recent Marine Corps Forces Africa news article. "The intent is to invite our partner nations from Europe and Africa to act as observers this year and expand to participation in the years ahead."

Mumford said he is hoping that Reserve combat communications participation might also expand in the years ahead. "We're hoping that our participation in African Lion this year might open up some more doors for us in the future," he said. "This training is a perfect fit for us and we'd love to do more of this type of thing in the years ahead."

The 55th CBCS is one of four Reserve combat communications squadrons that fall under AFRC's 960th Cyberspace Operations Group. The combat comm squadrons provide theater-deployable communications during wartime and contingency operations or humanitarian missions in austere locations.










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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Jeu 11 Avr 2013 - 12:32

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Joint Task Force teams up for African Lion 13 maritime offload

AGADIR, Morocco -- As the morning rain ended and the Moroccan sun began to dry the pier, members of Joint Task Force Port Opening (JTF-PO), U.S. Strategic Command, emerged from a meager shelter in the overhang of a pier side warehouse. Mobilized to Morocco in support of Exercise African Lion 13, a U.S. Africa Command directed, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Africa-led multi-lateral exercise, they brought their expertise to the Port of Agadir to deliver prepositioned combat equipment to the Marines, soldiers and sailors supporting the exercise.

African Lion is designed to improve the interoperability and mutual understanding of U.S. and Moroccan armed forces, helping both partners understand each other's military tactics, techniques, and procedures.

"We are here to work with our host nation partners and support the mission objectives of USTRANSCOM and USAFRICOM," stated Army Lt. Col. Marcilyn Patterson, the commander of JTF-PO for African Lion 13. "Here in the support side of JTF-PO, we have to make sure we meet the objectives of our higher headquarters and match them against the mission needs for the maneuver Joint Task Force."

JTF-PO members consisted of elements from the 839th Transportation BN, Livorno, Italy, the 688th Rapid Port Opening Element (RPOE), Fort Eustis, Va., and the U.S. Navy Reserve, 107th Expeditionary Port Unit (EPU-107), headquartered in Raleigh, N.C.

"We could not be more joint," said Army Sgt. 1st Class Philip Goodwin, the JTF-PO non-commissioned officer-in-charge (NCOIC) for the J-1 branch. "We have Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines all working side by side in the port here in Agadir to accomplish the same mission. We have trained hard for this for months, and it is exciting to see it in action."

African Lion is one of the premier events for exercising the port opening capabilities of the U.S. Joint Force. Although the capability is spread throughout the services, exercises such as African Lion ensure all the components can come together on short notice to support combatant commander objectives. Army Maj. Borovicka highlighted the value of this dual-purpose exercise and real-world download in the Port of Agadir.

"JTF-PO is very well suited to a fast port entry situation like we have here in Agadir," he explained. The habitual joint relationships, rapid port opening skill sets, and cargo distribution experience in the JTF-PO are serving us well in this environment, and I believe we're bringing real value-added to the entry stage of this exercise."

Navy Cmdr. Eric Gunn, the EPU-107 commander attested to the importance of this annual bi-lateral exercise with the Moroccan military.

"The Moroccans have been great to work with. It's
been gratifying to work with Moroccan civilians and military members alike, and know that both the U.S. and Morocco are benefiting from this outstanding training opportunity."

This Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) directed exercise will involve more than 1,400 U.S. military personnel once they have all arrived in Morocco.

Prior to the start of the field exercise, however, preparations began with the opening of the Port of Agadir to receive military cargo.

More than 400 pieces of military cargo were delivered by commercial carriers and Maritime Prepositioning Squadron Three. Containers, trucks, generators, trailers, and combat equipment were downloaded from the vessel Arc Freedom and USNS Dahl and staged for acceptance by the 14th Marine Regiment to take to the field later this month. Once all U.S. forces have arrived, they will join more than 900 Moroccan Royal Armed Forces (RAF) in various regions of the Kingdom of Morocco.

"Our success in this operation has been determined by the great partnership we share with the members of JTF-PO," commented Capt. Ania Driscoll, officer-in-charge of vessel preparation and cargo operations for the 14th Marine Regimental Arrival and Assembly Operations Group (AAOG).

"Every member of the JTF-PO has been helpful in making our efforts meet the exercise objectives. We are really glad to be deployed with them here and supporting our Moroccan friends and partners."

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Agadir, Port of Agadir, Morocco - U.S. Naval Ship Dahl ports in Agadir, Morocco, to begin a Rapid Port Opening for Exercise African Lion 13 conducted by elements of the AL-13 Task Force and Joint Task Force- Port Opening, U.S. Transportation Command, April 6. Joint Task Force- Port Opening is a joint-force service element commanded by U.S. Transportation Command with the capability to rapidly establish and initially operate a port of debarkation and distribution, facilitating ship-to-shore support for regional combatant commanders. Exercise African Lion is a U.S. Africa Command-scheduled, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Africa- led, multi-lateral exercise that will involve more than 1,400 U.S. servicemembers and approximately 900 Royal Moroccan Armed Forces to conduct military-to-military engagements in various exercises that build military partner-nation capacity. For the first time, members of the Federal Republic of Germany Armed Forces and members of 14 additional European and African countries will observe the exercise. During AL-13, the combined task force will conduct familiarization and training to include: Maritime Prepositioning Forces offloading and on loading, command post, live-fire and maneuvering, peace keeping operations, intelligence capacity building seminar, amphibious operations, aerial refueling and low-level flight training.
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Jeu 11 Avr 2013 - 12:48

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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Jeu 11 Avr 2013 - 20:18

J'espere bien que ce bateau rentreras aux states vide de ce materiel militaire Cool
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Sam 13 Avr 2013 - 23:14

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Corpus Christi Policeman, Marine takes on African Lion, military exercise in Morocco

Read more: http://www.dvidshub.net/news/104991/corpus-christi-policeman-marine-takes-african-lion-military-exercise-morocco#.UWnKAKLwmBc#ixzz2QNdKYQq3
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mar 16 Avr 2013 - 21:18

"El Pais" dit que le Maroc a suspendu l'African Lion 2013, y a -t il d'autres sources pour cette info?

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Marruecos rechazó tajantemente la iniciativa de EE UU de encargar a la ONU que supervise el respeto de los derechos humanos en el Sáhara Occidental y suprimió las maniobras militares conjuntas con las fuerzas armadas norteamericanas African Lion 2013 previstas para finales de mes
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Le Maroc a rejetté catégoriquement l'initiative des EEUU visant à charger l'ONU pour surveiller le respect des droits de l'homme au Sahara Occidental et a supprimé des exercices militaires conjoints avec l'armée américaine African Lion 2013 prévu pour plus la fin de ce mois-ci.
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mar 16 Avr 2013 - 21:28

Leo Africanus a écrit:
"El Pais" dit que le Maroc a suspendu l'African Lion 2013, y a -t il d'autres sources pour cette info?

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Marruecos rechazó tajantemente la iniciativa de EE UU de encargar a la ONU que supervise el respeto de los derechos humanos en el Sáhara Occidental y suprimió las maniobras militares conjuntas con las fuerzas armadas norteamericanas African Lion 2013 previstas para finales de mes
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Le Maroc a rejetté catégoriquement l'initiative des EEUU visant à charger l'ONU pour surveiller le respect des droits de l'homme au Sahara Occidental et a supprimé des exercices militaires conjoints avec l'armée américaine African Lion 2013 prévu pour plus la fin de ce mois-ci.
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mar 16 Avr 2013 - 22:08

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US officials: Joint military exercise with Morocco canceled over dispute on Western Sahara
Updated 12:57 pm, Tuesday, April 16, 2013

WASHINGTON (AP) — US officials: Joint military exercise with Morocco canceled over dispute on Western Sahara.
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mar 16 Avr 2013 - 22:11

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US officials: Joint military exercise with Morocco canceled over dispute on Western Sahara
Updated 12:57 pm, Tuesday, April 16, 2013

WASHINGTON (AP) — US officials: Joint military exercise with Morocco canceled over dispute on Western Sahara.
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je ne comprend plus rien a cette politique Evil or Very Mad Twisted Evil
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mar 16 Avr 2013 - 22:14

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Exclusif. Sahara/USA : l'Etat marocain annule l'opération militaire conjointe African Lion 2013

Publié le mardi 16 avril 2013 11:36
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Le commandement militaire marocain a donné ses instructions pour suspendre l'opération African Lion 2013. Une possible mesure de « rétorsion » après la décision de Washington d'étendre le mandat de la Minurso à la surveillance des droits de l'homme au Sahara.



La pression monte entre Rabat et Washington. Suite à la décision des Etats-Unis, annoncée hier sur Lakome, de demander l'extension du mandat de la Minurso à la surveillance des droits de l'homme au Sahara et à Tindouf, le palais se braque.

Lakome a en effet appris de source proche du dossier qui n'a pas souhaitée être identifiée, que le commandement militaire marocain vient d'envoyer des instructions pour suspendre le lancement de l'opération militaire African Lion 2013, prévue ce mois-ci dans la région d'Agadir et dont la composante aérienne a été lancée hier à Benguérir ("Majestic Eagles"). Washington attend toujours une notification officielle des autorités marocaines mais a commencé à organiser la logistique pour le rapatriement du matériel et des hommes déjà sur place.

African Lion est une importante opération annuelle d'exercices militaires conjoints entre les FAR et l'armée américaine. Près de 1400 militaires US étaient attendus ce mois d'avril à Agadir, pour s'entraîner avec 900 éléments des FAR.

A travers cette suspension, le palais semble vouloir faire pression sur Washington en capitalisant sur l'importance stratégique régionale acquise par le royaume. Une attitude risquée car à double tranchant pour le Maroc si les Etats-Unis refusent de céder et décident de revoir leurs alliances en conséquence...
https://fr.lakome.com/index.php/politique/642-exclusif-sahara-usa-l-etat-marocain-annule-l-operation-militaire-conjointe-african-lion-2013

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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mar 16 Avr 2013 - 22:18

bravo, belle initiative ! il faut taper du point sur la table et leur faire comprendre que notre Sahara n'est pas a marchander
on est souverain, allier n'est pas vassalité Twisted Evil a voir si majetic eagle va suivre ?

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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mar 16 Avr 2013 - 22:24

Fahed64 a écrit:
bravo, belle initiative ! il faut taper du point sur la table et leur faire comprendre que notre Sahara n'est pas a marchander
on est souverain, allier n'est pas vassalité Twisted Evil a voir si majetic eagle va suivre ?
je l'espère fahed
Aussi ces supposés alliers défendent les camps de tindouf qui produisent des terroristes.
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mar 16 Avr 2013 - 22:27

c'est vrai que le timing n'est pas bien choisi vue que les states sont en deuil après les attentats mais bon on verra bien la suite ils ont appliqué la fameuse formule kabarha tasghar
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mar 16 Avr 2013 - 22:30

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US officials: Joint military exercise with Morocco canceled over dispute on Western Sahara
Updated 12:57 pm, Tuesday, April 16, 2013

WASHINGTON (AP) — US officials: Joint military exercise with Morocco canceled over dispute on Western Sahara.
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mar 16 Avr 2013 - 22:44

Sa c'est du courage !! Twisted Evil Un coup de pied au fesses de l'UK et quelques jours plus tard dans celui des USA .
Le Maroc est un grand pays , et il doit se comporter en tant que tel . Je le repeterais toujours sa . Il faut avoir peur de personne !

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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mar 16 Avr 2013 - 23:11

C'est pas encore officiel, mais ça me paret parfait

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The U.S. officials spoke on condition of anonymity because there has not yet been a formal announcement of the cancellation. Morocco’s government spokesman declined to comment.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/us-officials-say-joint-military-exercise-with-morocco-canceled-over-dispute-on-western-sahara/2013/04/16/5d499660-a6d2-11e2-9e1c-bb0fb0c2edd9_story.html

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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 2013   Mar 16 Avr 2013 - 23:20

enfin une réaction dine des marocains , franchement chapeau

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