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The Alabama National Guard and Romania

The Alabama National Guard (ALNG) and the country of Romania entered into a partnership July 1993. For the past eighteen years, the ALNG has fostered a solid relationship and continues to be a viable enabler in building capacity in Romania. The ALNG has conducted over 140 engagements since partnership inception focused on NATO interoperability, promoting political stability, assisting in the development of democratic institutions and open market economies, demonstrating military subordination and support to civil authorities, projecting U.S. humanitarian values and providing support to deploying troops in support of the current war fight.

Romania became a NATO partner 29 Mar 2004 and entered into a Bilateral Defense Cooperation Agreement with the United States (U.S.) in 2005.  European Union membership was achieved in January 2007.

 
Romanian air force officers look over an F-16 Fighting Falcon at the Alabama National Guard's 187th Fighter Wing during a recent visit as part of the National Guard's state partnership program.


Soldiers from Romania's 265th Military Police Battalion train practice training operations with Alabama Army National Guard military police Soldiers during a training exercise in Romania Alabama and Romania are partners in the State Partnership Program.

 
     
Governor Robert Bentley
Governor Robert Bentley

Major General Perry Smith
Major General Perry Smith


 

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