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Senior Command Staff Graduate

Caption:BDF Major Gen. Placid Segokgo awarding a certificate to Major Victor Thebega during the Class 8 of the Defence Command and Staff College graduation ceremony in Gaborone. Major Gen. Segokgo said the one year programme covers the whole spectrum of warfare.

"Brig. Moloi noted that the graduates, who were made of military officers from Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe should demonstrate that their stay at the college was gainful, and that they should always strive for excellence and exceptionality."

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Africa Endeavor 2015 Begins in Botswana

"Africa Endeavor is an annual communications and information-sharing effort. More than 1,800 communications specialists from 40 countries, six African regional organizations and six international partner nations have participated in past Africa Endeavor events."


Botswana Defence Force Brig. Kenneth Kethibogile, director of communications for the BDF, speaks during the opening ceremony of Africa Endeavor 2015 in Gaborone, Botswana, Aug. 24, 2015. The seminar, hosted by the Botswana Defence Force and sponsored by U.S. Africa Command, is a forum for leaders to improve communications among and between partner nations and regional and international organizations.


U.S. Army Col. Patrick Dedham, director of communications for U.S. Africa Command, speaks during the opening ceremony of Africa Endeavor 2015 in Gaborone, Botswana, Aug. 24, 2015. More than 1,800 communications specialists from 40 countries, six African regional organizations and six international partner nations have participated in past Africa Endeavor events.




Representatives from more than 35 nations and regional and international organizations pose for a photo after the Africa Endeavor 2015 opening ceremony in Gaborone, Botswana, Aug. 24, 2015. The seminar, hosted by the Botswana Defence Force and sponsored by U.S. Africa Command, is a forum for leaders to improve communications among and between partner nations and regional and international organizations.

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This ranking is a joke.:lol:
Dunno but the ranking is based on pretty solid standards such as the air power,naval power and land systems..Resources and geographic factors are Taken into account as well...unless you mad bruh! cuz Morocco ain't ranking on top 5 lol :jk:
 
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Dunno but the ranking is based on pretty solid standards such as the air power,naval power and land systems..Resources and geographic factors are Taken into account as well...unless you mad bruh! cuz Morocco ain't ranking on top 5 lol :jk:
I don't know how this ranking was achieved but I cannot believe that Nigeria and Ethiopia are ahead of Morocco.^^
 

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But Morocco isn't that far from the countries you've mentioned, it's already ranking the 6th in Africa...anyway Here's a Comparison that might help clearing things up:

Morocco Vs Ethiopia

Morocco Vs Nigeria

maroccan army is better then nigerian and ethiopan army , the comparaison you have shared is clear ! morocco have better air, naval and ground forces equippement and training morocco is ahead , the only point that nigeria and ethipia are better is the population, oil and geographic ! + many statistics in this web site (global firepower) are wrong , so yes this ranking is a joke for me too maroccan army should be 4th in africa !
 

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^^ dude i didn't make the ranking, i just wanted to share it with you guys! don't make me regret it :eek:hno:
 

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AMANI AFRICA II FIELD TRAINING EXERCISE

Lohatla - The Amani Africa II field training exercise that was held at the SA Army Combat Training Centre in Lohatla, from 18 October to 5 November 2015, was aimed at testing the operational readiness of the African Standby Force (ASF) and its Rapid Deployment Capability.































Even the Rwandan army came through












BDF



 
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