November 2012
Cavalry & Armor Journal;Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p52
The article describes the Saber Junction operation as the most complex and multinational exercise conducted by the U.S. Army Europe in 2012. The operation, it says, used unified-action partners, host-nation security forces and extended area for maneuver-rights in replicating current operation complexities in Afghanistan and possible future operations. It also notes that the decisive-action training environment rotation in Saber Junction validated the training in 2011 for new competencies.


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