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#MilitaryMonday This is how KFOR Multinational Battle Group-East and Paratroopers from Delta Company, 2-504th PIR, 82nd Airborne Division train in #StrongEurope. A squad live fire exercise was conducted at Orahovac Range near Prizren, Kosovo. #KFOR
#StrongEurope U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria and 7th Army Training Command invite you to a Secretary of the Army Mark T. Esper Town hall January 30 at Tower Barracks Theater from 9 to 10 a.m. Read More at: https://www.army.mil/article/199563
#MilitaryMonday U.S. Army Military Police from USAG Benelux and Belgian Army Soldiers train to maintain a #StrongEurope together on the new Belgian Army automatic weapon. Read more at: https://www.army.mil/article/199262/
#PartnershipSunday #ICYMI JAV Ambasada Vilniuje / U.S. Embassy Vilnius Ambassador Anne Hall supports Team USA in Elektrėnai, Lithuania. The US Ambassador to Lithuania Anne Hall, who is a big fan of ice hockey, watched the US vs. Estonia game in Elektrėnai. After the match she met with the team and congratulated them on their first victory in the tournament. She was delighted to find out that one of the Team USA members also hails from her home state of Maine. Supporting a #StrongEurope through friendly competition.
#PartnershipSunday #ICYMI #StrongEurope U.S. Army 🇵🇱 and 🇬🇧 Soldiers train together 7th Army Training Command JMRC on vehicle recovery operations #PartnerStrong!
#SaturdayShoutout Hundreds of #StrongEurope 173rd Airborne Brigade #SkySoldiers conduct a forcible entry onto Juliet Drop Zone as 2nd Battalion, “The Rock”, seizes the terrain in northern Italy. The training reinforces the speed, aggression, and agility of the combat ready 173rd Airborne Brigade. #Airborne!
German Brig. Gen. Kai Ronald Rohrschneider, U.S. Army Europe Chief of Staff, awards 16 #StrongEurope Soldiers with the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge, Jan. 26 in Wiesbaden, Germany. To qualify for the badge, Soldiers must complete a ruck march, sports test, medical course, shooting skills test and swimming test. (photo by Sgt. Dani Debehets, U.S. Army Europe Public Affairs)
#SaturdayShoutout There are several ways to cope with PTSD; here's how Major Gediminas Grinius found his stride. (Video courtesy of NATO Channel) U.S. European Command (EUCOM) #WeAreNATO
#FridayFunDay CBRNE training is fun right?
#ICYMI A General Dynamics Land Systems employee unwrapped the 30mm Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle - Dragoon's weapon system during the unveiling at Rose Barracks, Germany. These #Strykers, named for the 2d Cavalry Regiment Dragoons, will be fielded across the Regt. throughout the year. #AlwaysReady #StrongEurope #FridayFunDay U.S. Army U.S. European Command (EUCOM) U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)
#StrongEurope U.S. Army Soldiers supporting #AlliedSpirit at 7th Army Training Command JMRC
#TBT #DidYouKnow The First Aid Packet, developed in 1904 and utilized throughout World War 1, was originally stored in a brass casing in order to protect against gas attacks. #Marking100Years #ThrowbackThursday All artifacts featured in the #2CRinWW1 video series are maintained at the Reed Museum located at Rose Barracks, Germany. For more information regarding the museum, you can check out their website here: https://history.army.mil/museums/fieldMuseums/reedMuseum/index.html U.S. Army U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)