Capt Jered Trujillo
Provide pilots/aircrews from all branches of the US military, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) nations, and Partner for Peace (PfP) nations realistic Electronic Warfare Threats To Air Operations (EW TTAO) training to increase aircrew combat survivability and readiness.
The 19 EWS was formed under a 3-Nation memorandum of understanding. It provides realistic electronic warfare threat training to air operations for US Joint, NATO and partner nation aircrew to increase combat readiness and survivability. The 19 EWS supports 45 exercises annually with its local, mobile, and Live-Synthetic-Blended (LSB) training capabilities.
13th African Air Chiefs Symposium kindles an operationalized future
BTF 24-2 bombers return home after Global Guardian
U.S. Air Force bomber conduct training with Swedish Air Force
USAFE-AFAFRICA commander discusses Integrated Air and Missile Defense during Munich Security Conference
U.S. bombers arrive in Sweden for Bomber Task Force 24-2
Unit 3050 Box 20
APO, AE 09094
Comm: +49 (0) 6371-47-5352
Col James "Holy" SchmidtCommanderCapt Matthew PeabodyDirector of OperationsMSgt Nancy Murillo-AlvarezSuperintendent