Security assistance through training and equipping partner nations

Security assistance through training and equipping partner nations

By Mr. Chuck Meixner   Security assistance through training and equipping partner nations contributes to regional and global stability, strengthens military support for democratically-elected governments, and limits the spread of transnational threats, including terrorism and trafficking in narcotics, weapons and people. Additionally, security assistance enables key allies and friends to improve their defense capabilities and foster closer military relationships. These relationships strengthen defense capabilities and promote U.S. interests around the world by preparing coalition partners and friendly foreign governments to work toward common security goals and share burdens in joint missions. Increased military capabilities build and strengthen multilateral coalitions with the United States and enable friends and allies to be […]