African Partnership Station

African Partnership Station At A Glance

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Africa Partnership Station (APS)  focuses on building maritime safety and security by increasing maritime awareness, response capabilities and infrastructure.

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Africa Partnership Station (APS) is U.S. Naval Forces Africa’s (NAVAF) flagship maritime security cooperation program. The focus of APS is to build maritime safety and security by increasing maritime awareness, response capabilities and infrastructure. Through APS, U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) and NAVAF conduct engagement activities with international partners and governmental/non-governmental organizations to enhance African partner nations’ self-sustaining capability to effectively maintain maritime security within their inland waterways, territorial waters, and exclusive economic zones. As a maritime security cooperation program, APS seeks to improve capabilities with partner naval forces using four “pillars” to increase maritime safety and security: Develop maritime domain awareness — maintaining a clear picture of the maritime environment; Build maritime professionals; Establish maritime infrastructure; and Develop response capabilities while building regional integration. These four pillars are addressed through a regional and comprehensive approach.

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African Partnership Station in Africa

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