General Tod D. Wolters: The rotational presence with our U.S. Air Force assets will continue to increase in Romania

General Tod D. Wolters, Commander, U.S. Air Force in Europe Commander U.S. Air Forces Africa answered last week a question addressed by the Romanian public radio, in regard to the rotational presence of the US Air Forces in Romania, saying that the rotational presence of the US Air Force assets will continue to increase and that cooperation is expected in respect to the utilization of the patriot missiles.

I will tell you that our relationship with your Romanian Air Chief is very strong. I just was able to send a note of congratulations to him for his appointment, and I was just able to send a note that addressed some of the air defense resources that have been recently acquired by your Air Force. You can anticipate that the rotational presence with our U.S. Air Force assets will continue to increase in Romania as they have over the course of the last several years, and just as you pointed out, the wonderful Air Base that you have, MK, that’s in the far eastern side, I anticipate more exchanges with our rotational forces there over time. We’re very, very excited to work with your Air Force. We’re very, very impressed with the improvement of your F-16 capability, and we certainly look forward to seeing all the wonderful things that will occur with the Air Force and with your Armed Forces with respect to the utilization of the Patriot missiles,” General Tod D. Wolters told the public broadcaster during a telephonic briefing.

 

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