Department of the Army announces upcoming 2nd Security Force Assistance Brigade unit rotation

By U.S. Army Public AffairsOctober 18, 2018

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WASHINGTON -- The Department of the Army announced today the spring 2019 rotation to Afghanistan of the 2nd Security Force Assistance Brigade (SFAB) stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, to provide training and advising assistance to Afghan National Security Forces.

"The 2nd SFAB is a conventional unit with a special mission ready to answer the nation's call. We continue to train hard in order to prepare for our upcoming combat training center rotation and the mission ahead. We will build upon the success of the 1st SFAB and allies as we partner with Resolute Support forces and Afghan National Security Forces to build long term stability through credible and ready security forces. Our partnered security forces successes in the future will define our own," said Brig. Gen. Donn Hill, commander, 2nd SFAB.

For more information, contact the Security Force Assistance Brigade public affairs officer, Capt. Jonathan Camire,, 910-394-1480.