U.S. Army Flight Operations Detachment

Mission Statement

Coordinate US Army Aviation Operations with the Department of Defense, US Air Forces-Europe,
NATO military agencies, and civil aeronautical authorities. Coordinate Search and Rescue Operations
for the Commanding General USAREUR/7A. Operate the European Theater's Department of Defense
Internet based Notice to Airmen System. Provide aeronautical services to USAREUR aviators involving
notice to airmen, flight data processing, and flight data coordination. Interpret and explain aviation
regulations and procedures for US Army aviators with regard to European Theater procedures.

AFOD Contact Information

Flight Data Processing
DSN (314) 537-3360
COM +49 (0)611-143-537-3360
DSN (314) 537-3370
COM +49 (0)611-143-537-3370

Please note:
Emails send through non-mil domains (e.g. Gmail) are sometimes received with significant delays. If you don't receive a response within 30 minutes please call to verify receipt.

AFOD Commander
DSN (314) 537-3350
COM +49 (0)611-143-537-3350

USAASD-E Conformance Reviews

  ↗ USAASD-E Conformance Reviews

All conformance review requests shall be submitted to USAASD-E via e-mail through the following e-mail address: usarmy.sembach.hqda.mbx.usaasd-e@mail.mil

If you experience problems accessing the conformance reviews website please contact USAASD-E
DSN 537-8603/8604 or email usarmy.sembach.hqda.mbx.usaasd-e@mail.mil!

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FEBRUARY 28, 2018