Ramstein welcomes Senegal Air Force leadership

Col. Ric Trimillos, U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Africa International Affairs Division chief, and Department of Defense civilians pose with the official party from the Senegal Air Force Feb. 16 on Ramstein Air Base. The official party consists of Col. Alimbaye Manga, Senegal Air Force Chief of Staff flight safety advisor; Lt. Col. Aliou Faye, Human Resources Division chief; Maj. Mamadou Wathie, Logistics Division chief; and Capt. Momar Ndiaye, Dakar Operational Center chief and transport pilot. — Photos by Airman 1st Class Kristof J. Rixmann
Lt. Col. Charles Montoya, U.S. Air Forces in Europe deputy command chaplain, speaks with Senegal Air Force representatives on the importance of establishing a spiritual foundation to serve its members when they’re located far from their families at U.S. Air Forces in Europe Headquarters, Feb. 16 on Ramstein Air Base. The Senegal Air Force seeks to expand the amount of their bases from two to five, according to officials.
Staff Sgt. Jose Devora, U.S. Air Forces in Europe international health specialist, gives a presentation to the representatives of the Senegal Air Force at USAFE Headquarters Feb. 16 on Ramstein Air Base. The main focus of this presentation was to emphasize on building relationships in international communities.