Joint Multinational Training Command

U.S. Army Europe's Training Command

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  • Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Farnsworth, the commanding general of the U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center, visited JMTC Oct. 5.
  • The EAS is a combined-arms set of tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and military equipment pre-positioned in Grafenwoehr.
  • Serbian soldiers load into a CH-47 Chinook during Combined Resolve IV in Hohenfels May 21, 2015.
  • Col. William Glaser, the new commander for the Joint Multinational Simulation Center.
  • Sgt. Maj. Dan Daily during his first visit to U.S. Army Europe as the Sergeant Major of the Army at the 7th Army Noncommissioned Officer Academy in Grafenwoehr.
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Expanding Capabilities

The Hohenfels Training Area is now cleared to land C-130 aircraft. Having this new capability allows for increased multinational training opportunities, such as the upcoming Swift Response 15, which will include several NATO allies and more than 1,400 multinational participants.

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