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SOLNOK, Hungary — During the Ohio National Guard's Operational Mentor and Liaison Team (OMLT) homecoming ceremony here Aug. 15, Maj. Gen. Gregory L. Wayt, Ohio's adjutant general, presented Capt. Robert H. Paley with an award for his hard work and dedication. The team spent the last year working together with Hungarian soldiers training the Afghan National Army forces. (Department of Defense photo by 1st Lt. Nicole Ashcroft)

U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR) trains, equips, deploys and provides command and control of forward-deployed land forces, able to support and conduct the full spectrum of joint and combined multi-national operations and engagement activities.

USAREUR trains and leads Army forces to support EUCOM and the Department of the Army headquarters by:

  • Training and preparing full-spectrum capable forces for global employment
  • Strengthening alliances and building partner capacity through synchronized theater security cooperation activities
  • Providing Army component command and Title 10 support, Army support to other services, executive agent delegations, and lead service responsibilities, as required
  • Continually seeking to improve the readiness and quality of life of Soldiers, Army families and civilian workforce by sustaining and fulfilling Army family covenant objectives
  • Providing EUCOM with a deployable contingency command post and headquarters capable of short notice deployment to fulfill emergent joint task force headquarters requirements.

For more information, visit USAREUR’s Web site: http://www.eur.army.mil/default.asp

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