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U.S. Ambassador to Albania, Ambassador Yuri Kim, along with Albania Chief of Defense, Maj. Gen. Bajram Begaj, and Albania Land Forces Commander, Brig. Gen. Arben Kingji, visit U.S. Army Europe and Africa headquarters while Gen. Christopher Cavoli, U.S. Army Europe and Africa Commanding General, hosts.
Press Release – Albanian Chief of Defense visits U.S. Army Europe and Africa Headquarters
By | Dec. 7, 2021
The Albania Chief of Defense and the U.S. Ambassador to Albania visited U.S. Army Europe and Africa Headquarters Dec. 2, to discuss ongoing partnerships between the two NATO allies...

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Community notification for increased flights in The Netherlands and Germany
By | Nov. 24, 2021
From Nov. 25-Dec. 4, U.S. Army helicopters are scheduled to depart from the port of Vlissingen, Netherlands, and fly to Illesheim, Germany. During their travels they plan to stop in Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands...

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Community notification for increased flights in Greece and Romania
By | Nov. 24, 2021
From Dec. 1 - Dec. 11, U.S. Army helicopters are scheduled to depart from the port of Alexandroupolis, Greece, and fly to Stefanovikio, Greece, and Mihail Kogălniceanu, Romania...

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Community notification for increased flights in Germany and The Netherlands
By | Nov. 19, 2021
From Nov. 22 – Dec. 10, U.S. Army helicopters will depart from Illesheim, Germany, and fly to Vlissingen, Netherlands. During their travels they plan to stop in Nörvenich, Germany, and Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands...

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Community notification for increased flights in Poland, Germany and The Netherlands
By | Nov. 19, 2021
From Nov. 22-Dec. 10, U.S. Army helicopters are scheduled to depart from Powidz, Poland, and fly to the port of Vlissingen, Netherlands. During their travels they plan to stop at Sonderlandeplatz Roth, Germany,...

The 56th Artillery Command will plan and coordinate the employment of multi-domain fires and effects in support of U.S. Army Europe and Africa and/or a Combined Joint Force Land Component Command. The Theater Fires Command improves readiness and multinational interoperability by the integration of joint and multi-national fires in theater operations and exercises.
The unit takes it’s lineage from the 56th Field Artillery Command, which last served on active duty in Europe from 1986 to 1991 as the Theater’s Pershing Missile Headquarters. It inactivated in June 1991 following the signing of the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty. The 56th Artillery Command is headquartered in Mainz-Kastel, Germany.
Media Advisory - U.S. Army Europe and Africa reactivates the 56th Artillery Command
By | Nov. 3, 2021
U.S. Army Europe and Africa will conduct a reactivation ceremony for the 56th Artillery Command, the European Theater’s Fires Command, Nov. 8 at 1 p.m. on Allen Field, Lucius D. Clay Kaserne, Wiesbaden, Germany...

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Media Advisory - V Corps hosts FOC Ceremony
By | Nov. 2, 2021
The V Corps will host a ceremony to formally announce the corps’ fully operationally capable status during a 10 a.m. event Wednesday, Nov. 3, on Ft. Knox...
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