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7ATC Change of Responsibility Ceremony
7th Army Training Command
Feb. 15, 2024 | 5:18
The 7th Army Training Command (7ATC), hosts a Change of Responsibility Ceremony at the Grafenwoehr Parade Field in Grafenwoehr, Germany, Feb. 15, 2024. Outgoing Command Sgt. Maj. Mark A. Morgan relinquished his responsibility to incoming Command Sgt. Maj. Paul M. Fedorisin. 7ATC enables readiness for all assigned and regionally aligned United States Army Europe and Africa forces, Allies, and Partners by conducting live, virtually, and constructing training in a fully replicated, multi-domain battlefield. (U.S. Army video by Spc. Adrian Greenwood)
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7th ARMY TRAINING COMMAND

GRAFENWOEHR, GERMANY

 


 

 

 

HOHENFELS, Germany – The U.S. Army, along with NATO Allies and partners, will host Allied Spirit 24 from Feb. 26 – Mar. 27, 2024 with 7th Army Training Command at Hohenfels Training Area and Grafenwoehr Training Area, Germany.

Allied Spirit 24 is a recurring exercise designed to prepare a multinational brigade in support of NATO deterrence initiatives. The German Army’s 41st Panzergrenadier Brigade serves as the primary training audience.

“The strategic relationship between the U.S. and NATO forged throughout the past seven decades is built upon a foundation of shared values, experiences, and vision,” said 7ATC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Steven Carpenter. “Now, more than ever, this shared resolve is absolutely critical; Allied Spirit is a strong symbol of that ongoing relationship.”

Approximately 6,500 participants from NATO Allied and partner nations will participate in the exercise. Countries expected to participate in the exercise include, but are not limited to: Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Spain, United States, and United Kingdom.

Army units participating include, but are not limited to, the 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Liberty, North Carolina; the 3rd Infantry Division, Fort Stewart, Georgia; the 1st Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, Fort Riley, Kansas; the 4th Security Forces Assistance Brigade, Fort Carson, Colorado; Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations teams, U.S. Army Reserve; and the 153rd Public Affairs Detachment, West Virginia National Guard.

Exercise Allied Spirit 24 is part of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Large Scale Global Exercise (LSGE), which is an all-domain long-duration exercise series that executes a range of joint multinational military activities and operations. LSGE is designed to demonstrate the robust global presence of NATO Allies and partners, as well as the cohesion of our enduring global partnerships.

The Joint Multinational Readiness Center, a directorate of the 7th Army Training Command, will run the exercise. All questions or media inquiries regarding Allied Spirit 24 should be referred to the 7ATC Public Affairs, E-mail: 7atc_pao@army.mil.

   


 

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