The peace accords are one step toward perennial peace in Colombia.
U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South works with its Latin American and Caribbean partners to build trust for combined efforts to ensure regional security.
The Haitian Coast Guard shares real-time information with neighboring countries to counter illicit activities at sea.
The first U.S. Army South deputy commanding general of Interoperability took on the challenge of converting interoperability among partner nations into a regional cooperation mechanism.
U.S. Army South’s new commander engages with partner nation armies to develop regional strategies to counter threat networks and support humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
The Suriname Air Force wants to engage with countries in the region to fight common security challenges.
The new capacities of the Guatemalan Air Force will directly benefit the population in humanitarian aid, search and rescue, and forest fires operations, among others.
The Bolivian Air Force works on a new integrated radar communications system for the security of its airspace.
The Inter-American Air Forces Academy celebrated its 75th anniversary.
The Peruvian Army prepares to face new challenges to national security with instruction, training, and equipment.
The role of command sergeant major is nascent in the Brazilian Army (EB, in Portuguese). It was established in 2015 to grant more authority and responsibility to noncommissioned officers (NCOs) by allowing them to participate in decision-making and advising the command of military units.
María Inés Uriarte hails from a large family. The oldest of nine siblings, she was born September 1, 1954, in the small Argentine town of Lamarque, in the southern province of Río Negro, Patagonia. Her mother was a teacher and the principal of the local elementary school. Her father worked in the railroad industry. Later she was sent to boarding school in Bahía Blanca, a port city in the province of Buenos Aires. Far from family, she learned to take on responsibilities and became self-sufficient.