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5.11.2012 •Force Commander of the Multinational Force & Observers in the Sinai Major General W. J. (Warren) Whiting expressed his satisfaction with work of Czech soldiers serving here to Deputy Chief of the Czech General Staff - Operations Commander Major General Ales Opata who visited the Sinai at the end of this October.

Czechs in the Sinai

29.10.2012 •A Conference of Gripen User’s Group, held 22 - 26 October at Olomouc, Czech Republic, provided a new impetus to closer exchange of operational information in use of SAAB 39 Gripen (JAS-39) aircraft in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Sweden, South Africa and Thailand.

Gripen User's Group Conference

22.10.2012 •Ambassador of the Czech Republic to the Netherlands Jaroslav Horak, Czech airmen headed by Air Force Commander General Jiri Verner, families of brave Czechoslovak aircrew of WW II, citizens of Petten and Zijpe, and Czech and Dutch guests, attended unveiling of a memorial to remember war heroism for future generations.

"Šiškova" 222nd Training Squadron pays homage in the Netherlands

15.10.2012 •"I am glad I can announce that we have agreed upon delivery of 28 pieces of L-159 to Iraqi Air Force," Czech Defence Minister Alexandr Vondra said at the press conference held at the end of talks with his Iraqi counterpart.

Czech aircraft for Iraq

8.10.2012 •On Wednesday October 17th, 2012, a monument will be unveiled for the Czech crew of Vickers Wellington KX-B T-2553 of 311 (Czechoslovak) Squadron of the Royal Air Force. This will be next to the Information Center 'Dijk te Kijk' in Petten, the Netherlands. Commander of Czech Air Force Brigadier General Jiri Verner will attend the ceremony.

Unveiling monument for Czech aircrew

1.10.2012 •Reservists from Germany and U.S. Nebraska National Guard participated in a shooting competition of the Czech Active Reserve in West-Bohemian City of Pilsen this September.

Shooting competition of Active Reserve

24.9.2012 •The Czech Republic takes over command of the Multi-National Military Police Battalion from Poland as of 2013. The Battalion, composed of military police units of Croatia, the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia, was certified for allied operations at the SHARP LYNX 2012 exercise held in Poland this week.

Multi-National Military Police exercise SHARP LYNX 2012 in Poland

17.9.2012 •This is the invitation to the 12th NATO DAYS in Ostrava and the 3rd Czech Air Force Days festivals which are held at Ostrava Airport on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 September 2012.

Invitation to the NATO DAYS in Ostrava

10.9.2012 •Ministers of Defence of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic, military and states' administration representatives, and guests, met on the Moldau River in Prague on 6 September 2012 to mark the 68th anniversary of the Slovak National Uprising and confirm exceptional relations of both countries.

A boat journey to remember the Slovak National Uprising

3.9.2012 •Almost a three-week long International Military Air Exercise "Ramstein Rover 2012" is focused on training of forward air controllers and tactical pilots in acomplishing their close air support missions in favour of ground forces.

Ramstein Rover 2012

27.8.2012 •By departure of the first part of the 2nd ACR Contingent to Lithuania, the Czech Republic goes on with participation in the NATO Air Policing mission in the Baltic States.

Air Policing

20.8.2012 •Commander of the 10th ACR Unit of the Provincial Reconstruction Team in Logar, ISAF, Colonel Josef Kopecky assumed an operational task from his predecessor Colonel Antonin Genser commanding the 9th ACR Unit PRT ISAF in Afghan Province of Logar on 14 August 2012.

Change of Command

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