Dailey speaks to soldiers with U. Army Europe during a town hall-style event Sept. But with the security environment in a state of flux — and the drawdown of troops looming — the Army must keep all options on the table when it comes to the force structure in Europe, Sgt. Major of the Army Daniel A. Dailey said during a stop Tuesday at U.
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The Army confirmed they were investigating the "incident involving two soldiers in Riga". The unnamed members of the Grenadier Guards were eating at a McDonalds restaurant in the capital city when the fight broke out.
Army Europe has notified German states about a massive movement of heavy military vehicles on their way to strategic locations in eastern Europe and the Baltics under the banner of Operation Atlantic Resolve. The equipment arrived by ship in Antwerp, Belgium, over the weekend, where it is still being prepared for onward transport within Europe. Military officials said they treat the deployment as a large-scale exercise meant to stress logistics skills that would be needed in case of a war on the continent. That means soldiers will be working against the clock to measure how quickly such a deployment can be accomplished. For some of the equipment, planners have devised a leg using inland waterways from Antwerp to Mannheim, Germany, to test an additional mode of transport besides road and rail, a U. Army Europe spokeswoman told Defense News.