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Topic: AFEUR


In the News (Wed 22 May 19)

  
  AFEUR - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
AFEUR, AFEAU (both acronyms stands for the same) or Agrupación de Fuerzas Especiales Antiterroristas Urbanas (Urban Counter-Terrorist Special Forces Group) is an elite unit of the Colombian Army, whose primary mission is to perform counter-terrorist operations and hostage rescues based on stealth, surprise and team work.
Reports from the media and official sources states that this unit has been involved in every top profile operation against guerrilla groups in both preventive strikes and emergecy response actions in urban and semi-urban areas all across Colombia, though details are kept in secret.
The AFEUR team was made up of six operators, two from the Army, three from the Navy, one from the Air Force, two of them snippers.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/AFEUR   (741 words)

  
 Air Forces Europe [AFEUR]
Called Air Forces Europe, or AFEUR, its mission is to provide theater planning, sustainment, and execution in the Global War on Terrorism, contingencies, and daily operations.
AFEUR improved operational SA across the command by giving flying units with the appropriate mechanisms to receive command-wide data relative to Air Tasking Order / asset utilization.
The USAFE command director is responsible for the direction and operation of the USAFE AFEUR (warfighting headquarters).
www.globalsecurity.org /military/agency/usaf/afeur.htm   (349 words)

  
 USAFE News Story   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
As all of this was accomplished, over 550 USAFE HQ personnel were ear-tagged, and are in the process of being trained, to perform as part of a wartime construct for AFEUR.
Eventually, AFEUR will assume the role and responsibilities currently performed by our Numbered Air Forces.
Situational awareness is a key aspect of AFEUR’s mission.
www.usafe.af.mil /news/news04/uns04058.htm   (1978 words)

  
 Military of Colombia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
End-use monitoring also is required in these cases.
It is also known that increasing use of Special Forces such as AFEUR (Urban Warfare/CounterTerrorism Units), Lancero units (Jungle Warfare/Ranger like) is suggested by the study.
In addition to its own domestic needs, Colombia also provides troops to international peacekeeping efforts, most notably the Multinational Force and Observers, to whom it has provided a full infantry battalion since 1982.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Military_of_Colombia   (495 words)

  
 EU Enlargement and the Baltic Sea Region   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Stéphane Rodrigues, Doctor of Law, Secretary General of the Association Française d'Etudes pour l'Union Européenne (AFEUR), Paris, Responsible for the Brussels office of the French law firm KGA.
The second speaker dealt with the variety of patterns of cooperation and loyalties that will ensue and will be typical for the countries of the new Europe.
Stéphane Rodrigues, Dr., Secretary General, Association Française d'Etudes pour l'Union Européenne (AFEUR), Paris: Why are internal security and immigration issues so important for the new member states?
www.ui.se /balticsea_03.htm   (1324 words)

  
 Aviation Job Listing
Air Forces Europe (AFEUR) is USAFE’s implementation of the U.S.Air Force’s War Fighting Headquarters construct.
The AFEUR provides air power throughout the EUCOM AOR, as well as support of other unified combatant commands as needed.
An Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA) performs 12 days of annual training (AT) in their assigned AFEUR section and also 24 Inactive Duty Training (IDT) periods each year (four consecutive hours each, with no more than 2 IDTs on a given duty day).
www.baseops.net /newjob.html   (10338 words)

  
 Reflecting on a remarkable year   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
USAFE’s realistic planning and training was cemented through Air Forces Europe when it became the world's first certified AF warfighting headquarters in April.
During the three-phase Austere Challenge Exercise designed to validate our ability to perform our missions, the AFEUR Air Operations Center and staff successfully fought a 1,500 sortie / day war, planned a large scale Non-combatant Evacuation Operation and deployed, bedded down and sustained thousands of combat forces.
Moreover, our new Air Expeditionary Force Branch has improved the timeliness of readiness reporting in the AEF Reporting Tool by over 40 percent.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/1194828/posts   (1886 words)

  
 USAFE News Story   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Phase III will concentrate on execution -- testing Air Forces Europe’s ability to see a contingency through sustainment and the redeployment stage.
The third phase will also complete the certification of AFEUR as a warfighting headquarters.
“Now we get to apply what we’ve learned from Phases I and II, hone our warfighting skills and go into the final phase ready for a full AFEUR certification.”
www.usafe.af.mil /news/news04/uns04104.htm   (931 words)

  
 Aerospace World
The WFHQ staff will be organized along the lines of the Joint Staff’s command structure, to ease the integration of joint personnel if the headquarters needs to run an air war.
Notionally, the other WFHQs will be AFNEA (Northeast Asia) for US Forces Korea, AFEUR for US European Command, AFSOUTH for US Southern Command, AFTRANS for US Transportation Command, AFSTRAT for US Strategic Command, AFNORTH for US Northern Command, and AFSOF for US Special Operations Command.
The WFHQs will be standardized where possible but tailored for their individual missions.
www.afa.org /MAGAZINE/June2005/0605world.asp   (5847 words)

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