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YAVORIV, Ukraine – Exercise Rapid Trident 16 concluded today with a closing ceremony held at the parade grounds at the International Peacekeeping and Security Center in Yavoriv, Ukraine. The exercise is a multinational exercise designed to support military cooperation among Ukraine, the U.S., and 11 other Allied and partner nations involving about 2,000 military members which was held from June 27 – July 8.
The U.S. European Command (EUCOM) Joint Cyber Center (JCC) is pleased to announce the "2016 International Cyber Summit Maritime Cyber Port Security" conference. The USEUCOM JCC is looking for briefers and facilitators who can assist with this year's summit.
A four-day forum entitled “Religion, Security and Strategy Perspectives” sponsored by US European Command Chaplains Office. The audience consisted of several disciplines within EUCOM and AFRICOM, along with Component Chaplains and Chaplains’ assistants from across Europe.
Representatives from 11 nations across Europe and North America met for the Arctic Security Forces Roundtable in order to promote regional understanding and enhance multilateral security operations within the Arctic area.
U.S. European Command continues to support the defense and security of NATO allies and bolster the security and capacity of U.S. partners in Europe. The European Reassurance Initiative (ERI), part of the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act of 2015, signed by President Obama on December 19, 2014, included $985 million in ERI funds. These monies enable the Department of Defense to continue its efforts to reinforce America’s solemn commitment to the safety and territorial integrity of our allies and to strengthen the security and capacity of our partners in the region.
Commander of the U.S. European Command U.S. Air Force Gen. Philip Breedlove, who is also the 17th Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO Allied Command Operations, met with senior leaders July 20 at the EUCOM Security Seminar to discuss current and future defense efforts to ensure the continued relevance of NATO and security of Europe at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies here.
As we wrap up high summer, it's a sensible time to look ahead at the fall and think about the big tasks facing the NATO Alliance and US European Command. The Olympics and the Jubilee fade to memory, and hopefully most folks have managed to break away for a short vacation to recharge. The autumn will be a busy time.
Some say it’s easier to train a cyber warrior (military specialists, law enforcement officials, computer forensics experts and civil engineers who defend national and economic security assets) to be a soldier while others say it’s easier to train a soldier to be a cyber warrior. So, which is it?
Three U.S. combatant commands and 48 alumni of the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies gathered to develop a common understanding about security issues posed by drug smuggling and other illicit trafficking June 18-21.
OEIRAS, Portugal – Vice Adm. Frank C. Pandolfe, Commander, U.S. 6th Fleet and Commander, Striking and Support Forces NATO, commemorated the arrival of the NATO command to its new location during a ceremony here May 17.
In the world of security, we are generally focused on "risk." We worry about the chances of war, the spread of weapons of mass destruction, the likelihood of a ballistic missile attack, or the possibility of a biologic contagion. Understanding risk allows us to calculate how much we should spend on defense compared to what our potential opponents are spending.
I'm thinking about how to connect public and private efforts to create security. In this turbulent 21st century, security is not about creating walls. We won't deliver a secure world strictly from the barrel of a gun.
Instructors from the 435th Security Forces Squadron Regional Training Center conducted a fly away security team training course for 12 Airmen from the 86th SFS and seven Belgians from the Belgian Air Component here, Dec. 5-9.
Cooperation on Energy Security issues is in Lithuania’s and the United State’s common interests. The MOU outlines ways in which both organizations, EUCOM and the Energy Security Center, can continue to work and coordinate together.
This “two-factor” login significantly increases the level of protection used for that account and is also the system used when withdrawing money out of the bank. As we approach the end of October’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), I wanted to draw attention to a similar strategy that is available to help protect personal accounts from abuse.
Libya and Afghanistan seem to get all the headlines about NATO these days. But lately, I've been thinking and working on the Balkans. We need to make sure that the Balkan ghosts of violence from the 1990s don't reappear.
In early March, we teamed up with Project Hope, a non-profit medical service organization, to work with us and our Baltic allies in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia on some of the most relevant, important issues facing all of our forces.
The theme of this conference was “Empowering a Cyber Defense Workforce" and included over one hundred participants with 40 partner cyber defenders from 18 countries, NATO, and other international organizations. The cheer squad came from USEUCOM's components, DoD agencies and industry.
Along with der Bundeswehr Universitat in Munich, the Marshall Center is conducting a master’s degree program that lasts 12 months. Participating students in the program will earn a graduate degree in international security studies.
ORLLAN/ORLANE, Kosovo — Kosovo Forces soldiers from Multinational Battle Group East and MNBG Center shared training, Aug. 9, during a joint patrol on the Administrative Boundary Line (ABL) east of Prishtine/Pristina, Kosovo.
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