In August, the Defense Department delivered a master plan to Congress detailing how the camp will be used over the next quarter-century. About .4Â billion in construction projects are on the drawing board, including a huge new compound that could house up to 1,100 Special Operations forces, more than triple the current number.
Drones will continue to be in the forefront. In response to written questions from The Post, the U.S. military confirmed publicly for the first time the presence of remotely piloted aircraft â military parlance for drones â at Camp Lemonnier and said they support “a wide variety of regional security missions.”
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