Mike Criscillis, the director of the National Infantry Museum, gives a tour to participants of the African Land Forces Summit. The military leaders of 32 African nations visited Fort Benning Thursday. While here, they watched Soldiers conducting urban operations and buddy team live fire training and a Rangers in Action demonstration. MG William Garrett III, commander of U.S. Army Africa, hosted the summit. The theme of the summit is Adapting Land Forces to 21st Century Security Challenges. The goal of the summit, which ends today in Virginia, is to provide a forum for senior land forces leaders from the United States and African nations to address mutual interests and concerns, strengthen long-term relationships and encourage cooperation while addressing challenges, according to a press release.