Post Tagged with: "U.S. European Command"


Students, teachers, neighbors and U.S. Air Force and Georgian army engineers pitch in to help spread gravel for Gori Public School No. 4’s new driveway Aug. 30 in Gori, Georgia. The new driveway and entire renovation of the school is part of a Humanitarian and Civic Assistance project, a U.S. European Command program that is designed to provide assistance to the Georgian populace and help military members and civilians hone building and construction skills and trades. Humanitarian and Civic Assistance projects enhance operational readiness of military personnel while providing support to the host nation's population. For more photos, see Page 8.

Ramstein Airmen partner to help renovate Georgian school

Story and photos by Staff Sgt. Sara Keller 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

GORI, Georgia — For the past month, the hallways of Gori Public School No. 4 were alive with the sounds of construction workers sanding, sawing, tearing down, building up and transforming what once looked like a century-old building.

September 10, 2015 ×


Sgt. 1st Class Patrick B. Marrill, a 21st Theater Sustainment Command Noncommissioned Officer Evaluation Report trainer, instructs leaders from units throughout the U.S. Army Garrison on the new Army NCOER July 15 on Kapaun Air Station.

21st TSC educates Europe on new NCOER

Story and photo by Sgt. 1st Class Alexander A. Burnett 21st Theater Sustainment Command Public Affairs

Leaders are gathering in classrooms and training sites all across Europe for one simple reason: change is coming. Trained instructors make their rotations among U.S. Army Europe units to bring valuable news about an updated system: the new Noncommissioned Officer Evaluation Report.

July 23, 2015 ×


Customs fines Kinder Surprise egg mailers

by Robert Szostek
U.S. European Command Customs Public Affairs

People thinking of sending Kinder Surprise chocolate eggs stateside this Easter should be aware of the U.S. Customs regulation banning these chocolates from import into the United States.
“U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents will remove Kinder Surprise chocolate eggs from your baggage or any package mailed stateside,” said Mike Dean of the U.S. European Command Customs Executive Agency.
Those who ship these eggs or similar products can be fined.

March 19, 2015 ×


Mailing meat stateside draws fines

by Robert Szostek
U.S. European Command Customs Public Affairs

It is illegal to send meat and sausages to the United States without U.S. Department of Agriculture approval. Those U.S. personnel in Europe who choose to ignore this prohibition and mail packages of sausages, ham, pate or other meat products to the U.S. will receive fines from the USDA. Even pasta or soup mixes that contain dried meat are not allowed.

October 9, 2014 ×


Soldiers with Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command conduct low-level air picture interface training with their Czech counterparts during a bilateral partnership exercise Feb. 19 at Rhine Ordnance Barracks.

10th AAMDC Soldiers forge partnership with Czech air defenders

Story and photo by Capt. Royal Reff
10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command Public Affairs

In U.S. European Command and U.S. Army Europe, theater security cooperation is a cornerstone of military operations. That multinational cooperation includes increasing militaries’ interoperability, strengthening national partnerships and building partner military capacity.

February 27, 2014 ×