- US, Polish Soldiers meet in Krakow, GrafParatroopers discuss airborne operations, conduct training jumps
- Defense ministers meet in BrusselsNATO-led discussions expected to include Afghanistan, Ukraine
- US, Georgia train at Hohenfels' JMRCGeorgia’s unit preps for upcoming deployment in support of NATO
- USAREUR and IMCOM-E announce FY14, FY15 structure changes
- Service members encouraged to take 2014 Overseas Housing Allowance Utility Survey
- CPTs, MAJs affected by upcoming OSBs, eSERBs need to review records online
Learn about the U.S. Army in Europe and the value we bring for Americans, Europeans and regional stability.
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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.