Maj. Gen. William Hickman, the U.S. Army Central Deputy Commanding General of Operations, gives an overview of the roles and responsibilities of USARCENT during the closing of the Central and South Asia Land Forces Symposium, Aug. 20, at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies. "I think it is important that we train our forces to know the kind of fight they're getting into," said Hickman on the topic of developing strategy, policy and subject matter experts.

U.S. Army Central hosts the Central and South Asia Land Forces Symposium

U.S. Army Central hosted land forces commanders and their staffs during the Central and South Asia Land Forces Symposium, Aug. 17-20, at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies in Germany....READ MORE

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Mission: U.S. Army Central shapes the U.S. Central Command Area of Responsibility through forward land power presence and security cooperation engagements in order to assure access, build partner capacity, and develop relationships; while simultaneously providing flexible options and strategic depth to the Combatant Commander and setting the conditions for improved regional security and stability.

Vision: U.S. Army Central is resourced, postured, and prepared to improve regional security and stability. Our unique combination of land power and Army support prevents confrontations from becoming conflicts, shapes the AOR through engagement with partners, and sets conditions to win.

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