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Pentagon says surveillance flights, not counterterrorism ops, have restarted in Niger

  • The Pentagon has clarified that counterterrorism operations in Niger have not been restarted, and that current missions are solely for protecting U.S. Forces. Stories suggesting otherwise are false.
  • The political uncertainty following Niger's coup has led the U.S. To consolidate some forces at a base farther from the capital. However, some flights have resumed, indicating improving security after diplomatic efforts with the military junta.
  • The U.S. Military is primarily conducting intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance operations in Niger to monitor for threats and ensure force protection. The risk to U.S. Forces is currently low, but they need to be ready for any potential incidents.
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