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Texas trip provides Peruvian Army delegation increased opportunities for interoperability
November 23, 2021
Texas trip provides Peruvian Army delegation increased opportunities for interoperability, strengthen relationships

Army South, Peruvian Army planners meet to identify training opportunities
September 17, 2021
Army South and Peruvian Army staff planners meet

Army South hosts U.S. Army-Peruvian Army Staff Talks
May 27, 2021
Two men, one U.S. Army, one Peruvian army, sitting at a table talking.

IAAFA hosts second-ever Professional Development Seminar with Peruvian Military in Peru
March 20, 2020
The Inter-American Air Force’s Academy hosted this second-ever Officer and Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Seminar and Subject Matter Expert Exchange with members of the Peruvian Army, Air Force, and Navy, in Lima, Peru, March 9-12. 
The goal for this PME seminar was to create an opportunity to increase collaboration, share experiences and lessons learned and showcase the importance of leadership training for officers and enlisted military members at all levels to enhance interoperability and mission success.

Peruvian Army's commanding general visits U.S. Army South
March 18, 2019
Gen. Jorge Céliz, Peruvian Army commanding general, visited Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston March 26-27 to engage U.S. Army medical and maneuver centers to advance interoperability during Peruvian Army transformation. During his visit, he was able to see the educational capabilities provided by Brooke Army Medical Center, the Center of the Intrepid and many others.

Army South, Combined Arms Support Command discuss logistics modernization with Peruvian Army
January 14, 2019
Maj. Gen. Miguel Angel Garcia Salas, Peruvian Army director of logistics, (left) welcomes Combined Arms Support Command and Army South members to Peru in front of the Intervention Force Memorial for Operation Chavin de Huantar. Operation Chavin de Huantar was a Peruvian military operation ended the 1997 Japanese embassy hostage crisis by raiding the Japanese ambassador's residence and freeing the hostages held there by the terrorist organization Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement and is considered one of the most successful hostage rescues in the world. Six CASCOM and ARSOUTH members visited the Peruvian Army to assist in modernizing their logistics doctrine and programs to better support future operational requirements.