Latest "SOUTHCOM" stories
Why Latin American partners need a better way to share intel than WhatsApp
Better tools could help with a host of regional problems.
By Todd South
Ex-State Dept. employee sentenced for embezzling $150k in travel funds for SOUTHCOM events
Roudy Pierre-Louis, 49, a Haitian citizen, was working at the Embassy of Haiti for the State Department from 2015 to 2018 when he embezzled travel funds for Defense and State Department employees headed to SOUTHCOM totaling more than $150,000.
USS Arlington arrives in Haiti to support disaster relief
The Arlington left its homeport of Norfolk, Virginia on Aug. 17 with Fleet Surgical Team 2 aboard to help provide victims of the natural disaster advanced medical capabilities.
US military provides assistance to Haiti following earthquake, tropical storm
U.S. Southern Command has established Joint Task Force-Haiti to conduct U.S. military operations in support of the USAID-led foreign disaster assistance mission.
Pentagon announces nominees for 3 combatant commands
Two women are positioned to take over TRANSCOM and SOUTHCOM, doubling the number of female combatant commanders in DoD history.
By Aaron Mehta