On this AFN Europe Report: Earlier this month, at the request of the U.S. Embassy in Armenia, humanitarian assistance items departed Leghorn Army Depot enroute towards Armenia to help those in need. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency donates non-lethal excess property to foreign allies and partner nations in times of need. On November 10, U.S. soldiers and NATO partners joined forces in Exercise E3B at Vilseck, Germany. Over 540 candidates earned their respective badges at the graduation ceremony. Specific titles were given to candidates who earned their respective badges without receiving a single no-go in their particular lane, acknowledging the candidates' efforts to execute every task of each event.
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