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    Statement by the North Atlantic Council on Incursions into Turkey's Airspace by Russian Aircraft

  • The USS Carney in Rota, Spain

    The USS Carney Arrives in Rota, Spain--Supporting NATO Ballistic Missile Defense

  • The U.S. Supports Montenegro's Membership in NATO

    The U.S. Supports Montenegro's Membership in NATO

  • Dragoon Crossing--Strykers

    Dragoon Crossing: Stryker Regiment Soldiers Tactical Road March from Germany to Hungary

  • Czech Republic

    NATO Secretary General Visits US Army's 2nd Cavalry in the Czech Republic

  • NFIUs in Lithuania

    Opening of Six New Headquarters in Eastern Allies

  • U.S. Marines now have tanks, artillery, and light-armored reconnaissance vehicles in Europe to support NATO allies and international partner countries. The heavy equipment arrived in Bremerhaven, Germany

    U.S. Marine Combined Arms Company Moving More than 480 Tons of Armored Tanks, Vehicles, and Equipment into Eastern Europe

  • Ambassador Lute in Aspen Security Forum

    Aspen Security Forum: USNATO Ambassdaor Lute on Panel on Security Landscape in Europe

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History of NATO--Video Timeline

  • NATO Timeline

    From the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty in April 1949 through the Cold War, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the terrorist attacks of the early 2000s and recent operations and partnerships to emerging security challenges, NATO is a part of history. 

Readiness Action Plan

  • Readiness Action Plan

Atlantic Resolve

  • Operation Atlantic Resolve

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  • Resolute Support Mission: The Next Chapter in Afghanistan
    Resolute Support Mission: The Next Chapter in Afghanistan

    NATO’s training, advice and assistance for the Afghan security forces and institutions will continue through a follow-on NATO-led mission called Resolute Support. This non-combat mission is directed primarily to support of Afghan ministries and institutions, as well as the higher command level of the Afghan security forces. 

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