Statement of purpose
U.S. Army South (ARSOUTH) directs and underpins multinational operations and security participation in the U.S. Southern Command zone of duty keeping in mind the end goal to counter transnational dangers and fortify territorial security with regards to the country.
An adaptable, light-footed and responsive Army Service Component Command prepared to do at the same time directing Theater Security Cooperation and Contingency Operations for U.S. Southern Command and Department of the Army.
Zone of Responsibility
U.S. Army South is the Army Service Component Command of U.S. Southern Command. SOUTHCOM's zone of obligation envelops 31 nations and 15 zones of extraordinary power in Central and South America, and the Caribbean and covers around 15.6 million square miles. Snap here for more data about SOUTHCOM's territory of obligation.
Compassionate Operations and Engagements:
Operation Unified Response: Provided military help to the universal calamity alleviation endeavors in Haiti following the Jan. 12, 2010 quake.
New Horizons: Humanitarian and urban help operations gave to the general population of Haiti.
Into the great beyond: Humanitarian and metro help operations gave to the general population of Central and South America and the Caribbean.
Fuerzas Aliadas Humanitarias: Regionally situated crisis reaction practice with Partner Nation calamity administration organizations.
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