USASAC engages Brazil on military sales

By Adriane ElliotDecember 8, 2023

Tim Hanson
1 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson (right) received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army)
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USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation.
2 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation. (Photo Credit: Tim Hanson)
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USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson (left) received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation.
3 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson (left) received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation. (Photo Credit: Tim Hanson)
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USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation.
4 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation. (Photo Credit: Tim Hanson)
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USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation.
5 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation. (Photo Credit: Tim Hanson)
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USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation.
6 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation. (Photo Credit: Tim Hanson)
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USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation.
7 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation. (Photo Credit: Tim Hanson)
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USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation.
8 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation. (Photo Credit: Tim Hanson)
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U.S. Army Security Assistance Command's Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson received a Brazilian delegation at the command's Redstone Arsenal Headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama Dec. 4-6, 2023. The senior visiting official was Lt. Gen. Anysio Crespo Alves Negrao, Brazil's chief of Army Aviation Materiel Directorate. He and his team spoke with Nicholson and personnel at length about foreign military sales between the two nations. The delegation also visited Redstone's U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command for a Black Hawk demonstration.

Following Brazil’s independence in 1822, the United States was one of the first countries to recognize Brazil, in 1824. As the largest democracies in the Western Hemisphere, the United States-Brazil partnership is rooted in a shared commitment to sustainable economic growth and prosperity; promotion of international peace, security, and respect for human rights; protection of the environment and biodiversity; and strong defense, health and security cooperation.