Media Advisory - U.S. Army Europe and Africa to activate 2nd Multi-Domain Task Force

Sept. 8, 2021

WIESBADEN, Germany —

U.S. Army Europe and Africa will activate the 2nd Multi-Domain Task Force at Allen Field on Lucius D. Clay Kaserne on Sept. 16.

The 2nd Multi-Domain Task Force includes a headquarters element; an intelligence, cyberspace, electronic warfare and space detachment; and a brigade support company.

"The 2nd Multi-Domain Task Force provides additional capabilities for U.S. Army Europe and Africa to leverage in preventing conflict, shaping the security environment, and if necessary, prevailing in large-scale ground combat operations,” said Col. Jonathan Byrom, commander of the 2nd Multi-Domain Task Force. “As a part of a joint force, we synchronize precision effects in support of U.S. European Command and U.S. Africa Command objectives. We look forward to working with our multinational Allies and partners across all domains."

Multi-domain operations are a U.S. Army operational-level military concept designed to achieve U.S. strategic objectives as outlined in the National Defense Strategy. This is the U.S. Army’s second Multi-Domain Task Force to be activated.

Media are invited to attend the ceremony.

To RSVP, please provide the following information to the USArmyEurope.MediaDesk@mail.mil by 3 p.m. on Sept. 14, late registration will not be accepted:

1.         First and last name

2.         Media organization

3.         Country of citizenship

4.         Place of birth

5.         Date of birth

6.         Passport number

7.         Phone number

8.         Email

9.         Vehicle make and License Number

Exact meeting location will be provided to registered media after the RSVP deadline. Be sure to bring your ID and passport with you on the day of the event. Late registration will not be accepted, nor will name changes made after the registration window closes.

For more information, contact U.S. Army Europe and Africa Public Affairs at USArmyEurope.MediaDesk@mail.mil.

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