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  • NATO, U.S. command SELs visit Romania

    Key command senior enlisted leaders from the U. S. Air Force, NATO Allied Air Command and the Belgian Air Force toured several installations throughout Romania during a three-day visit to see firsthand the strategic impact the bases have on the overall mission of NATO, May 10-12, 2022.

  • 1 CMXS: On time, every time

    With growing threats to the safe and secure transfer of vital information, communications operations have needed to become more resilient, sustainable, agile and responsive. If a line goes down, it must be immediately restored or alternative forms of communication must be established. The 1st

  • Maj. Gen. Reed says farewell to Third Air Force, looks back on tenure

    Maj. Gen. Randall Reed, Third Air Force and Kaiserslautern Military Community commander, conducted his final commander’s call May 18, 2022, during a ceremony at the Officers’ Club on Ramstein Air Base, Germany. From the COVID-19 pandemic to Operations Allies Welcome and Allies Resolve to the recent

  • AFAF Deepens Ties with Kenyan Air Force

    An eight-member U.S. Air Forces Europe – Air Forces Africa team facilitated an institutional capability building engagement alongside the Kenyan Air Force in Nairobi, Kenya, April 25-28.

  • Marines showcase NATO command and control capabilities

    Estonian Brig. Gen. Rauno Sirk, Estonian Air Force commander, and Col. Dainius Guzas, Lithuanian Air Force commander, visited Siauliai Air Base, Apr. 26. They met with the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing (MAW) to observe the unique aviation command and control capabilities of Marine Air Control Group

  • 158 FW F-35A Lightning arrive at Spangdahlem AB

    U.S. Air Force F-35A Lightning II fifth generation fighter aircraft, assigned to the Vermont Air National Guard’s 158th Fighter Wing, arrive at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, May 02, 2022. As part of NATO’s plan to bolster its collective defense posture, the Vermont Air National Guard team will take

  • Romanian, U.S. lieutenants personify NATO alliance

    In the wake of increased security concerns along NATO’s Eastern flank, the 52nd Fighter Wing did what it does best – deployed hundreds of multi-capable Airmen to support operations with hardly a moment’s notice.Though calling the situation stressful for the planning team hardly does it justice, two