Cmd. Chief Master Sgt. David Williamson, and Bulgarian Sgt. Maj. Rumen Petrov listen to Maj. Gen. Constantin Veselinov Popov during the first Bulgarian and U.S. non-commissioned officer symposium.

U.S. Air Forces in Europe Command Chief Master Sgt. David Williamson, (left) and Bulgarian air force Sgt. Maj. Rumen Petrov (center) listen to Bulgarian Chief of air forces Maj. Gen. Constantin Veselinov Popov during the first Bulgarian and U.S. non-commissioned officer symposium at the Bulgarian Land Forces headquarters here, April 10-11. More than 40 senior enlisted leaders met to discuss doctrine, strengths and leadership philosophies, which are designed to empower and inspire non-commissioned officers in both nations' corps. The first day of the joint-nation symposium included four discussions and a small-group breakout session. Dowload higest-resolution version(1400 by -1 pixels)

U.S. Air Forces in Europe Command Chief Master Sgt. David Williamson, (left) and Bulgarian air force Sgt. Maj. Rumen Petrov (center) listen to Bulgarian Chief of air forces Maj. Gen. Constantin Veselinov Popov during the first Bulgarian and U.S. non-commissioned officer symposium at the Bulgarian Land Forces headquarters here, April 10-11. More than 40 senior enlisted leaders met to discuss doctrine, strengths and leadership philosophies, which are designed to empower and inspire non-commissioned officers in both nations' corps. The first day of the joint-nation symposium included four discussions and a small-group breakout session.

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