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Aug. 30, 2022

Brazilian Army leadership lauds opportunity to train with U.S. Army at JRTC

Prior to his soldiers arriving to the Joint Readiness Training Center, or JRTC, at Fort Polk, Louisiana, to take part in a bilateral training exercise, Gen. Estevam Cals Theophilo, commander, Brazilian Army Land Operations Command, emphasized the importance of his troops being ready for the next conflict.

April 29, 2022

Army South strengthens relationships, creates training opportunities for hemispheric security

The Brazilian Army hosted the 35th cycle of the Conference of American Armies, or CAA, with participants from 24 member, observer and special observer armies in attendance opening on the theme – "Army of the Future."

Dec. 1, 2021

Army South engineer capabilities on display for Brazilian Army delegation

As part of army-to-army staff talks agreements with the Brazilian Army, the Army South Engineer Directorate facilitated a key leader engagement at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, on Nov. 18, promoting technical interoperability between the two armies.

Oct. 12, 2021

Border conference promotes security for neighboring countries in South America

The Brazilian Army hosted senior military leaders from U.S. Army South, the armies of Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, and the Panamanian SENAFRONT at the 2nd Multilateral Border Conference in Manaus, Amazonas state, held Sept. 27-29. The focus of the conference was to improve cooperation between participants and to develop solutions for regional border problems.

Feb. 10, 2021

Brazilian, U.S. military leaders emphasize partnerships at JRTC

Senior U.S. military leaders including Adm. Craig S. Faller, U.S. Southern Command commander, Gen. Michael X. Garrett, U.S. Army Forces Command commander, Maj. Gen. Daniel R. Walrath, U.S. Army South commander, and Maj. Gen. Christopher Donahue, 82nd Airborne Division commander, met senior Brazilian military leaders Feb. 1-2 at the Joint Readiness Training Center and conducted key leader engagements marking the significance of the bilateral training exercise.

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