NATO Days in Ostrava Feature C-5 Galaxy, B-52 and New U.S. Helicopters for Czech Military

The U.S. presence at NATO Days in Ostrava on September 21-22 was again robust this year – the C-5M Super Galaxy cargo plane, B-52 Stratofortress bomber, KC-135 tanker and the Venom and Viper helicopters from Bell belonged among the biggest attractions.  U.S. Ambassador Stephen King and General John B. Williams, Air Force Reserve Mobilization Assistance to ... Read More»

U.S.A. Special Partner Nation of 18th NATO Days in Ostrava

The United States was a special partner nation of the 18th year of the NATO Days in Ostrava on September 14-15, which reflected the Centennial of the Czech-American relations.  The media reported that as many as 220,000 people visited the air show, a near-record attendance. General Richard Clark, the Deputy Commander of U.S. Air Forces in Europe and ... Read More»
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