Maritime Civil Affairs Team 104

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06/14/2014

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05/17/2014
Navy Disestablishes MCAST

The Navy disestablished the Maritime Civil Affairs and Security Training Command May 16.

Maritime Civil Affairs and Security Training Command (MCAST) officially disestablished May 16 after five years of servic

Here is a news report on some work MCAT 104 accomplished in Northern Uganda with Natural Fire 10.
01/18/2011
Kitgum High School Renovation: USAID and CJTF/HOA Working Together

Here is a news report on some work MCAT 104 accomplished in Northern Uganda with Natural Fire 10.

This video success story highlights the renovation of Kitgum High School, in Kitgum District of northern Uganda. It represents one of the many initiatives Ugandans and the international community are doing to try to return northern Uganda to normal in light of the 2008 Juba Peace Process and the end

01/15/2010
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is sending our best wishes to all the military members, including our Maritime Civil Affairs experts, as they embark on their important mission to Haiti. Good luck and do well for the people of Haiti.

11/24/2009

has completed it's deployment to Combined Joint Task Force Horn of Africa. The team is currently redeploying back home after completing their work in Djibouti, Rwanda and Uganda.

11/21/2009

completed our Warrior Transition Brief and are working on finishing the check-out process at Camp Lemonier, Djibouti. We are all looking forward to stepping on that plane in a few days to start our trip home.

11/14/2009

would like to welcome MCATs 105, 106 and 202 to the Horn of Africa! Team 104 is working with the MCAU to get the new teams ready for their upcoming missions in the theater. Their arrival also means Team 104 is one step closer to coming home... something we're all looking forward to after our rewarding 6-month deployment here.

10/31/2009

is back in Djibouti after a rewarding experience working medical and engineering projects in Northern Uganda. We are now completing our after-action reports and starting to prepare everything for our redeployment back to San Diego this winter.

10/13/2009

is in Kitgum, Uganda supporting U.S. Army Africa and the Ugandan, Burundi, Rwandan, Tanzanian, and Kenyan militaries conduct humanitarian assistance training missions in the area.

10/10/2009

has arrived in Entebbe, Uganda to support U.S. Army Africa and the Ugandan, Burundi, Rwandan, Tanzanian, and Kenyan militaries conduct humanitarian assistance training missions in Northern Uganda in the coming weeks.

is proud to be serving in the U.S. Navy as "A Global Force for Good".  Our work in Africa as a Maritime Civil Affairs Te...
10/09/2009
AMERICA'S NAVY — A Global Force for Good

is proud to be serving in the U.S. Navy as "A Global Force for Good". Our work in Africa as a Maritime Civil Affairs Team is part of the Navy's strategy of building friendships and relationships that will help identify and remedy the root causes of instability, poverty and human suffering, all in an effort to prevent future conflicts and wars from starting. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3wtUCPWmeI

Whether protecting the ideals of our nation or soothing the suffering of another, there is no place on earth we can't be found. For we are an undeniable force. To be counted upon. To be reckoned with. But most of all, never ever to be underestimated.

09/25/2009

would like to congratulate BM2(SW) Mark St. Clair for passing his Expeditionary Warfare qualification final board Thursday! After the pinning ceremony, Mark will be a BM2(EXW/SW)! Congrats!

09/21/2009
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would like to invite our friends to visit the Maritime Civil Affairs and Security Training (MCAST) Command page. The people at MCAST work hard training and equipping Navy civil affairs teams like ours so we can deploy and help build partnerships and relationships that, hopefully, will help prevent conflicts and will encourage sustainable improvements in peoples lives around the globe.

09/09/2009

So, what exactly is an MCAT? (And a few other questions like what do we actually do?)

09/09/2009

completed a week-long visit to Northern Uganda to work with local leaders, the Ugandan military and local medical providers to prepare for an upcoming multi-national military exercise there next month. Our visit was very productive and rewarding and we're looking forward to the entire team deploying there next month in support of the exercise.

08/31/2009

has three members deployed to Uganda to work with the Ugandan military, local leaders and local medical providers in preparation for an upcoming multi-national exercise in the country.

08/17/2009

completed a team field trip to "French Beach" on the Gulf of Tadjourah Sunday. Each of us went snorkeling off the coast where we watched a wide variety of fish hang out on a small coral reef. We plan on taking another trip in the future and will bring cameras so we can share the experience with everyone.

08/15/2009

Maritime Civil Affairs Unit Integrates into CJTF-HOA Staff

08/13/2009

assisted the Djibouti City Army Civil Affairs Team distribute relief supplies to 21 families displaced after fire destroyed their homes. It was rewarding to help deliver donated hygiene supplies, clothing and rebuilding materials to a community in need.

08/11/2009

is back in Djibouti and getting used to the heat, humidity and routine again.

08/08/2009

has departed Rwanda and is heading back to Camp Lemonier, Djibouti. Our experience in Rwanda was incredible thanks to professional support of the Rwandan Defense Force.

08/02/2009

is in Kigali, Rwanda to observe the Rwanda Defense Force's 'Army Week' civil-military operations.

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