Air Forces Africa launched the inaugural Africa Partnership Flight, bringing together several air forces from East Africa for two weeks of military-to-military exchange at Accra, Ghana, March 12, 2012. Hosted by the Ghanaian Air Force, airmen from several major commands, including AFAFRICA and US Air Forces in Europe, are meeting with more than 160 personnel from Benin, Ghana, Nigeria, and Senegal. Here, Air Force Lt. Col. Melanie Ellis, USAFE medical support officer, speaks with Group Capt. Julius Dzamefe, GAF headquarters director of supply, during the APF's opening ceremonies.
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