TACOM SAMD hosts event, promotes shared understanding for America's partners and allies

By USASAC Public AffairsMarch 19, 2024

Security Assistance Liaison Officers from the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command participate in a TACOM SAMD senior leader engagement at Detroit Arsenal in Warren, Michigan. SAMD Director Amy Weichel hosted the SALOs for the face-to-face gathering to foster shared understanding for foreign partners on the foreign military sales process related to the SAMDs.
Security Assistance Liaison Officers from the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command participate in a TACOM SAMD senior leader engagement at Detroit Arsenal in Warren, Michigan. SAMD Director Amy Weichel hosted the SALOs for the face-to-face gathering to foster shared understanding for foreign partners on the foreign military sales process related to the SAMDs. (Photo Credit: Courtesy photo) VIEW ORIGINAL

Security Assistance Liaison Officers from the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command participate in a TACOM SAMD senior leader engagement at Detroit Arsenal in Warren, Michigan. SAMD Director Amy Weichel hosted the SALOs for the face-to-face gathering to foster shared understanding for foreign partners on the foreign military sales process related to the SAMDs.

Assigned to USASAC, SALOs from partner nations streamline logistics for their militaries by monitoring and influencing their FMS cases and eliminating small discrepancies before they become major issues that can delay or even halt the process. This continual monitoring of complex cases is critical to a streamlined, successful FMS process.