Thema: Übungsplatz ETOA Schweinfurt
16.09.12, 13:55 #1
die Klingt so:
Photo courtesy of 1st German Netherlands Corps
The U.S. Army garrison here plays host to a large-scale NATO exercise Sept. 10 through Oct. 5. Geldersheim gate and the Conn Airfield will be off-limits to the Schweinfurt military community during that time.
11th Air Maneuver Brigade
1st German Netherlands Corps
SCHWEINFURT, Germany — The U.S. Army garrison here plays host to a large-scale NATO exercise Sept. 10 through Oct. 5 that will draw in more than 1,000 German, Dutch and Danish troops.
Dubbed Peregrine Sword, the exercise is scheduled to evaluate the combat readiness of the 11th Air Maneuver Brigade within the Dutch armed forces, according to a spokesman with the Royal Netherlands Air Force. The 1st German Netherlands Corps will head the exercise.
No U.S. Army units will participate in the NATO exercise, but staff here have been playing an active role to support the exercise both operationally and logistically.
That USAG Schweinfurt will host the NATO military exercise is no indication that the garrison will become an enduring base, said Garrison Commander, Lt. Col. Michael Runey, at an all hands meeting earlier this month. The garrison is still slotted to close by Oct. 2014.
“It is a normal NATO exercise and we were asked to conduct part of it here or from Schweinfurt,” said Runey.
The NATO forces involved will conduct the bulk of their exercises at Conn Airfield and the local training areas.
NATO forces will use the Geldersheim gate and the Conn Airfield, both of which are off-limits to the Schweinfurt military community. This may affect physical training routes for U.S. Soldiers, who are directed to re-route their PT. The access road along the airfield, however, will remain open for people to drop off bulk trash at the Conn recycle center, more commonly known as the Hawk Site.
The tank trail along Yorktown Village en route to t
Kann mir es jemand Genauer erklären? oder wisst ihr schon was darüber?
16.09.12, 14:44 #2
Zumindest weiß ich das dort noch vorgestern einige ch-47 und einige Apaches unterwegs waren und dort landeten.
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Eine lange Zeit habe ich auf diesen Moment gewartet
und da kamm Sie. Das Bild habe ich so extra gewählt.