U.S. Army Africa ceremony welcomes deputy commanders

U.S. Army Africa welcomed two new deputy commanding generals to its team during a Jan. 21 ceremony in front of the headquarters building at Caserma Ederle.

Brig. Gen. David S. Elmo, U.S. Army Reserve, and Brig. Gen. Isaac G. Osborne Jr., U.S. Army National Guard, will serve as deputy commanders for U.S. Army Africa. Both generals will report to U.S. Army Africa for an average of 40-70 active duty days a year, serving mostly on missions in Africa or the United States.

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