U.S. and Romanian soldiers are participating in Saber Guardian 2013

U.S. and partner nation soldiers review exercise information as part of Saber Guardian 2013, a U.S. is a European Command Black Sea regional exercise planned and executed by the Romanian Land Forces and U.S. Army Europe.  This is the first time these Black Sea regional countries (Romania, Bulgaria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Republic of Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine) have come together to train and exercise their battlestaff and command post procedures at one location.  Serbian and Polish Land Forces are also participating to enhance their relationships with these Black Sea countries.  There are more than 150 training audience members, support staff and contractors supporting the training at the Romanian Land Forces Combat Training Center in Cincu, Romania from 15-25 April. Dowload higest-resolution version(2200 by 477 pixels)

U.S. and partner nation soldiers review exercise information as part of Saber Guardian 2013, a U.S. is a European Command Black Sea regional exercise planned and executed by the Romanian Land Forces and U.S. Army Europe. This is the first time these Black Sea regional countries (Romania, Bulgaria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Republic of Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine) have come together to train and exercise their battlestaff and command post procedures at one location. Serbian and Polish Land Forces are also participating to enhance their relationships with these Black Sea countries. There are more than 150 training audience members, support staff and contractors supporting the training at the Romanian Land Forces Combat Training Center in Cincu, Romania from 15-25 April.

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