Since April 2014, U.S. Army Europe has led the Department of Defense’s Atlantic Resolve land efforts by bringing units based in the U.S. to Europe for nine months at a time. Atlantic Resolve provides these rotational units with the ability to build readiness, increase interoperability and enhances the bond between ally and partner militaries through multinational training events. There are three types of Atlantic Resolve rotations – armored, aviation and sustainment task force. For more information, visit the Atlantic Resolve website.
The Georgian Defense Readiness Program – Training is a bilateral United States-Georgian training program launched May 1, 2018. U.S. Army Europe will assist the Georgian Ministry of Defense’s training of nine Georgian battalions over the next three years. The Georgian Armed Forces maintains a high-level of training for its international missions and the GDRP training mission will complement and add to Georgia’s interoperability as well as strengthen the country’s territorial defense capabilities. For more information visit The Georgian Defense Readiness Program – Training website.
Joint Multinational Training Group - Ukraine is the name given to the mission of training, equipping, training center development and doctrinal assistance to the Ukrainian armed forces. 7th Army Training Command oversees the JMTG-U mission at the Yavoriv Combat Training Center. For the latest news, video and imagery visit the Joint Multinational Training Group - Ukraine DVIDS page.
Kosovo Forces Regional Command-East is a NATO command, with headquarters at Camp Bondsteel, located near Ferizaj in the south eastern part of Kosovo. Camp Bondsteel is the main base of the United States Army under KFOR command in Kosovo. RC-E conducts peace support operations in Kosovo to contribute to a safe and secure environment and freedom of movement. Troops from Greece, Italy, Slovenia, Finland, Hungary and Switzerland also take part in this unit. For more information visit the Kosovo Forces Regional Command- East website.
Enhanced Forward Presence as part of NATO’s strengthened deterrence and defense posture, allies agreed at the 2016 Summit in Warsaw to enhance NATO’s military presence in the eastern part of the alliance. Fully deployed in June 2017, NATO’s Enhanced Forward Presence comprises multinational forces provided by framework nations and other contributing Allies on a voluntary, fully sustainable and rotational basis. For more information visit the NATO Enhanced Forward Presence website.