LONDON — Defense ministers from Belgium, France, Germany and the Netherlands have formally given approval for the establishment of the European Air Transport Command. The command will begin operations in September from its home in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The first personnel are to start arriving in July to help build up the organization. The European partners are hoping to attract other states to join the effort aimed at pooling and more efficiently employing scare airlifters and ...
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