Gen. Wolters, USEUCOM Commander and CMSgt Easton Command Senior Enlisted Leader Say "Thank You."



By U.S. European Command Public Affairs United States European Command Stuttgart, Germany Nov 01, 2021

For over two months, the Air Force’s largest mobility hub served as a transitory and sustainment location for the largest humanitarian airlift mission in history.

USEUCOM personnel supported more than 50,000 Afghan evacuees in their time of crisis.

The final flight carrying Afghan evacuees to the United States from Ramstein Air Base departed Germany Oct. 30, 71 days after the first flights from Afghanistan began arriving at the installation, marking the end of the operation here.

The speed and precision at which our forces take action is nothing less than extraordinary. Working together with our #Allies & partners, we will continue to generate peace & prosperity across the globe.

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