Here's Training Support Activity, or TSAE (pronounced "tace"), supporting 2nd Cavalry Regiment in Poland.
Joint Multinational Training Command
U.S. Army Europe's Training Command
- Romanian Army Lt. Gen. Nicolae Ciuca, left, and Col. Michael Foster, commander of the 173rd Airborne Brigade, during a combined early-entry exercise as part of exercise Saber Junction 15 at Smardan Training Area, Romania.
- Col. Jimmy L. Hall Jr. meets with Soldiers from the 44th ESB. "Strong Europe is in how we support the exercises and operations necessary to build a trained and ready force," Hall said.
- Members of the 702nd EOD Co. unload a WWII-era bomb for disposal at a training range in Grafenwoehr. Workers unearthed the 1,000-pound bomb while clearing a construction site here.
- The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, the United Kingdom's commissioning source for its army officers, is training again in Hohenfels, Germany.
- Soldiers pictured here patrol a road at the Grafenwoehr Training Area during Saber Junction 12 in 2012. This year, Saber Junction prepares NATO and partner-nation armies for offensive and defensive operations.
Sgt. Titus Simonetti, a special security representative with the JMTC's Joint Multinational Simulation Center, is the 7th Army Joint Multinational Training Command Soldier of the Month for March 2015.
More than 4,700 participants from 17 nations will participate in Exercise Saber Junction 15 at the Army's Hohenfels Training Area in southeastern Germany, April 1-31.
Location matters. We are centrally located among the highest concentration of U.S. Allies and partner-nations in the world.
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