The United States plans to send 12 A-10 Thunderbolt II assault flying machine and pretty nearly 300 servicemen to NATO-member nations in Eastern Europe.
The United States has sent 12 Thunderbolt II assault flying machine and roughly 300 servicemen to a US Air Force base placed close to a German town of Spangdahlem as a major aspect of an alleged Theater Security Package (TSP), the US Air Force in Europe (USAFE) reported.
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The TSP, tasked with supporting provincial security under Operation Atlantic Resolve, will then be sent to NATO-part nations in Eastern Europe. As per USAFE, the TSP will direct flying preparing organizations and off-station preparing with NATO associates. Thunderbolt II flying machine give close-air backing of ground strengths.
“The TSP is another way the Air Force is increasing rotational presence in Europe to reassure our allies and partner nations that our commitment to European security is a priority,” said Lt. Gen. Tom Jones, vice commander of US Air Forces in Europe.