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3 Boeing C-17 Globemaster III (Shared within NATO's Heavy Airlift Wing and based at Pápa Air Base, Hungary)

 

 

Bulgarian–American Joint Military Facilities were established by a Defence Cooperation Agreement signed by the United States and Bulgaria in April 2006. Under the agreement, U.S. forces will train at these bases, which remain under Bulgarian command and under the Bulgarian flag.

 

    Bezmer Air Base in Yambol Province

    Novo Selo Range in Sliven Province

    Aitos Logistics Center in Burgas Province

    Graf Ignatievo Air Base in Plovdiv Province

 

The US 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment troops during a Joint Task Force-East exercise at Novo Selo Range, 2009.

Under the agreement, no more than 2,500 U.S. military personnel will be located at the joint military facilities


 
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   Bulgaria AF News:

Bulgaria's government approves plan to buy up to 19 fighter jets

• Bulgaria's government approves plan to buy up to 19 fighter jets  (4.4.2016)

Bulgarian Defense Minister Delays Jet Fighter Purchase

• Bulgarian Defense Minister Delays Jet Fighter Purchase  (11.6.2013)

U.S., Bulgarian Airmen Strengthen Ties During Exercise

• U.S., Bulgarian Airmen Strengthen Ties During Exercise  (30.5.2012)


• Bulgarian Mig-29 Crashes Without Casualties  (26.4.2012)

• USAF F-16s, MiGs Engage In Combat Training Over Bulgaria  (25.4.2012)

• Support deal for Bulgarian Air Forces C-27Js  (23.12.2011)

• Alenia delivers 3rd C-27J to the Bulgarian AF
 (3.4.2011)


 

 



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