Airmen at Camp Lemonnier, in Djibouti, Africa, received a special visit from USAFE leadership, Gen. Philip Breedlove, USAFE commander, and Command Master Sgt. Craig Adams, USAFE Command Chief. Produced by Staff Sgt. Sara Weeks.
General Philip Breedlove the USAFE Commander and CMSgt Craig Adams the USAFE Command Chief visited Camp Lemonnier Airmen in Djibouti Africa. During an All Call they asked troops to step up, step in and be a sensor to their fellow wingman on key issues such as sexual assault and suicide.
What I’m asking you to do is have the guts that when you know something is wrong help us get the first missile in the air, might straighten somebody up. If you save one person from being sexually assaulted we have won this battle to begin with.
You need to take care of each other. You need to look after each other and know what’s going on. Now if you ever get to a point where you or someone else need help. You never hesitate to come forward and ask for help.
The General and Command Chief also spoke to Airmen about our mission here in Africa, future operations tempo, and took time to answer questions. They concluded their meeting by thanking service members for their hard work, dedication and sacrifices of being separated from family and friends.
General Breedlove and Chief Adams continued their visit to Arba Minch to spend Thanksgiving with troops downrange. For Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa Public Affairs, I’m Staff Sergeant Sara Weeks.
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