U.S. Army Africa Commander, Gen. David R. Hogg, tours Ghana, Togo and Benin

By U.S. Army Africa photos by Master Sgt. Christina Bhatti-MaddenJanuary 12, 2011

Maj. Gen. David R. Hogg, Commander, U.S. Army Africa, reviews Ghanaian military forces during his arrival at Burma Camp in Accra, Ghana, Jan. 11. Hogg met with Ghanaian Lt. Gen. Peter Augustine Blay, chief of defense staff, and Ghanaian Maj. Gen. Joseph Narh Adinkrah, chief of army, during his two-day visit to the country. Discussions centered on the future of U.S. Army and Ghanaian Army partnership and joint training. This was Hogg's second visit to Ghana.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Maj. Gen. David R. Hogg, Commander, U.S. Army Africa, reviews Ghanaian military forces during his arrival at Burma Camp in Accra, Ghana, Jan. 11. Hogg met with Ghanaian Lt. Gen. Peter Augustine Blay, chief of defense staff, and Ghanaian Maj. Gen. Joseph Narh Adinkrah, chief of army, during his two-day visit to the country. Discussions centered on the future of U.S. Army and Ghanaian Army partnership and joint training. This was Hogg's second visit to Ghana. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photos by Master Sgt. Christina Bhatti-Madden) VIEW ORIGINAL
Ghanaian Army Sgt. Justine Esbenya concentrates on a practical exercise during a week-long Basic Security Management Class, Jan. 11 in Accra, Ghana. The 27-student class, taught by U.S. Army Africa personnel, is learning about information security, industrial security, personnel security and  physical security. This is the first security class taught by USARAF in Ghana.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Ghanaian Army Sgt. Justine Esbenya concentrates on a practical exercise during a week-long Basic Security Management Class, Jan. 11 in Accra, Ghana. The 27-student class, taught by U.S. Army Africa personnel, is learning about information security, industrial security, personnel security and physical security. This is the first security class taught by USARAF in Ghana. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photos by Master Sgt. Christina Bhatti-Madden) VIEW ORIGINAL
Dale Lindgress, an information security specialist with U.S. Army Africa, answers a student's question during a Basic Security Management Course conducted in Accra, Ghana, Jan. 11. The week- long course focuses on information security, industrial security, personnel security and physical security. This is the first security class taught by USARAF in Ghana.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Dale Lindgress, an information security specialist with U.S. Army Africa, answers a student's question during a Basic Security Management Course conducted in Accra, Ghana, Jan. 11. The week- long course focuses on information security, industrial security, personnel security and physical security. This is the first security class taught by USARAF in Ghana. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photos by Master Sgt. Christina Bhatti-Madden) VIEW ORIGINAL
Maj. Gen. David R. Hogg, commanding general, U.S. Army Africa, talks with Ghanaian Lt. Gen. Peter Augustine Blay, Ghanaian Chief of Defense Staff, during a meeting in Accra, Ghana, Jan. 11. The two met to discuss the future of U.S. Army and Ghanaian Army partnership. Both officers expressed satisfaction with the growth of the positive partnership between the two countries. This was Hogg\'s second visit to Ghana; he is currently on a three-country visit to Ghana, Togo and Benin to meet with military leaders.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Maj. Gen. David R. Hogg, commanding general, U.S. Army Africa, talks with Ghanaian Lt. Gen. Peter Augustine Blay, Ghanaian Chief of Defense Staff, during a meeting in Accra, Ghana, Jan. 11. The two met to discuss the future of U.S. Army and Ghanaian Army partnership. Both officers expressed satisfaction with the growth of the positive partnership between the two countries. This was Hogg\'s second visit to Ghana; he is currently on a three-country visit to Ghana, Togo and Benin to meet with military leaders. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photos by Master Sgt. Christina Bhatti-Madden) VIEW ORIGINAL