The joint combat exercises, dubbed “Nile’s Eagles-1," are being held in Sudan and will last until Nov. 26.
Gen. Abdel-Fattah Burhan welcomed leaders of the Sudan Revolutionary Front as “partners and peacemakers."
The killing of Ba Ag Moussa is a major boost for the thousands-strong French Barkhane force stationed in Africa.
No U.S military personnel were injured during the operation.
The move would open the door for the African country to get international loans and aid needed to revive its economy.
Some of the buildings collapsed, including an aircraft hangar, authorities said.
U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper signed the 10-year agreement during a two-day visit to Morocco.
Esper met with Tunisian President Kaïs Saied and Tunisian Defense Minister Brahim Bartagi.
Rep. Houlahan questioned whether the decision to move AFRICOM headquarters out of Germany was being made in haste.
The potential move for AFRICOM was included in the Pentagon's plan to withdraw nearly 12,000 troops from Germany.
The Heritage Index assessed U.S. military strength across the service branches on a five-tiered scale.
U.S. Army Recruiting Command is reducing its force by roughly 1,700 recruiters over the next year.
Robert Teichgraeber, 100, survived 421 days as a prisoner of war.
By the end of the spring, there will be 294 new naval aviation officers.
Members of II Marine Expeditionary Force wrapped up a training exercise last week that ran from North Carolina to New York.