European airlift cooperation setto grow under new command
As four European militaries begin an unprecedented sharing of their airlift resources through a new merged command structure, one likely outcome will be a further integration of their transport missions in the coming years. France, Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium this month formally inaugurated the European Air Transport Command (EATC), an organization that aims to help optimally employ scarce strategic lift. Luftwaffe Maj. Gen. Jochen Both is the first EATC chief, and the post will ...
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