A Teaming Effort in Germany

The US Air Forces in Europe’s 702nd Munitions Support Squadron—a collection of some 140 military and civilian personnel stationed on a German air base performing a NATO mission—recently passed a “challenging” NATO Strike Evaluation, reports Lt. Col. Max Dubroff, the 702nd MSS commander. The unit comprises not only specialists in munitions maintenance and operations but also communications, support, and security forces and more—all of which joined with German counterparts, working in teams to ensure “100 percent aircraft generation” and maintain security access control. Next up is the USAFE Nuclear Surety Inspection.