The US Army is looking for a contractor to build a new command and control (C2) centre in Chad, according to a notice on the US Federal Business Opportunities website on 4 May.
It gave the co-ordinates of the future centre as a currently unoccupied location approximately 700 m from the main airbase next to N’Djamena International Airport. It will be a single-storey building with an area of approximately 532 m² and its own power generator.
The notice did not say who would use the new facility, but the US military does not officially maintain a permanent base in Chad.
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