The US Army 10th Combat Aviation Brigade has started delivering support equipment in Europe.
According to the US Army, nearly 2,000 Soldiers from the brigade and their equipment are being deployed as the latest unit to bolster the US presence in Europe.
Col. Clair A. Gill, 10th CAB commander said:
“We’re going to be all over Europe joining the Strong Europe team and integrating into their training plan for the next nine months.
While an armour brigade is a very lethal force, and they’re going to do some fantastic training with our partners on the ground, aviation really is what I like to call that three-dimensional problem solver for the Army, the joint force and our coalitions.
We move faster than they do on the ground, and we shoot farther in some cases than some systems from the ground.”