Soldiers with U.S. Army Europe’s 173rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne) stand in formation during a ceremony commemorating new exercises starting here April 23. The paratroopers, part of a company-sized contingent, arrived here to begin exercises with Polish troops in a series of expanded U.S. land forces training activities in Poland and the Baltic region that are scheduled to take place for the next few months and beyond. The multinational training fulfills the USAREUR strategic objective of preserving and enhancing NATO interoperability and demonstrates the U.S. commitment to NATO Allies. (U.S. Army photo by Col. Rumi Nielson-Green)
A UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter from U.S. Army Europe's 12th Combat Aviation Brigade cruises over Budapest in this courtesy image from the U.S. embassy there. For links to more photos of the multinational exercise, click on the image or headline. Former U.S. Army Europe member Sgt. Kyle White poses for a photo in March 2014. White is scheduled to receive the Medal of Honor at the White House, May 13. (U.S. Army photo)
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Besides hundreds of smaller military-to-military interactions, we participate in numerous large, multinational land power exercises throughout the European continent.



The U.S. Army has had strong European allies dating back to the American Revolutionary War more than 200 years ago.



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Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel“The trans-Atlantic partnership has been successful because of the judicious use of diplomacy and defense. With the United States moving off a 13-year war footing, it’s clear to us, it’s very clear to President (Barack) Obama, that our future requires a renewed and enhanced era of partnership with our friends and allies, especially here in Europe.”

-Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel
50th Annual Munich Security Conference

By the Numbers

U.S. Army Europe During 2012, training rotations at U.S. Army Europe’s Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, prepared 72 Security Force Assistance Teams from 16 countries for deployment to Afghanistan in support of NATO.