The potential spread of Ebola into Central and Southern America is a real possibility, the commander of U.S. Southern Command told an audience at the National Defense University yesterday.
Soldiers of the Colombian National Army destroyed land mines and explosive materials on three separate incidents on October 6.
More members of Mexico’s violent Sinaloa and Juárez cartels have been brought to justice.
Latin American nations are intensifying their prevention and control efforts to fight the advance of the deadly Ebola virus.
In a new 48-page federal indictment, U.S. authorities charge El Chapo and his top lieutenant, Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada, with ordering 12 killings and dozens of other acts of violence to promote the Sinaloa Cartel’s criminal activities.
The 34 countries of the Americas strengthened their collective commitment to promote peace and fight international drug trafficking and other transnational criminal enterprises during the Eleventh Conference of Defense Ministers of the Americas.
Troops with FUSINA, an elite Honduran security force comprised of Army soldiers and National Police agents, recently captured Héctor Emilio Fernández Rosa, an alleged drug trafficker suspected of working with Mexican transnational criminal organization Lo
The Nicaraguan government is using money seized from drug traffickers during Operation Televisa to finance the construction of new prisons, which will help reduce overcrowding.
Cooperative efforts between the United States and authorities in Colombia and Honduras have led to two victories in the international fight against drug trafficking.
Military Sealift Command naval oceanographic survey ship USNS Henson (T-AGS 63) hosted a closing ceremony March 30 aboard the ship for Brazilian Navy oceanographers and hydrographers participating in the first Oceanographic-Southern Partnership Station (O-SPS) engagement.
Colombian musical artists sing for peace
Salvadoran anti-narcotics police foil drug trafficking schemes
Dominican Republic police use intelligence to dismantle two drug trafficking groups
Naval Forces from 13 countries participate in UNITAS training in Perú
Italian mafia capo arrested in Argentina
Colombian authorities melt firearms to keep them away from the FARC and the ELN
Colombia: Land restitution amid the armed conflict
Sovereign Skies (03:32)
America visits the Americas
:: Defense Studies
:: Military Education
:: Reference Links
:: Defense Links