According to NATO:
“NATO oversees two strategic airlift programmes. As part of the Strategic Airlift Capability or SAC, Allies and partner countries jointly own and operate three C-17 Globemaster heavy cargo aircraft, sharing flying hours and costs. Allies also charter several Antonov transport aircraft under the Alliance’s Strategic Airlift International Solution (SALIS) program.
These programmes routinely moved personnel and supplies from Europe to NATO bases in Afghanistan and Kosovo as well as humanitarian relief efforts in Haiti and Pakistan.”
“Allied armed forces are playing a frontline role in the fight against the coronavirus. Military capabilities – such as heavy air transport pooled and shared by NATO Allies and partners – can play an important role in transporting urgently needed medical supplies to where they are needed,” said NATO spokesperson Oana Lungescu.