The U.S National Guard and its State Partnership Program with the World-1
Established in 1993, the State Partnership Program (SPP) is the Department of Defense initiative that enables the National Guard of every U.S State to form a long term and mutual partnerships and a military to military engagements with a specific country across the globe. This partnership encompasses all areas of civil and military components, opening the pathway to robust engagements between the U.S Armed Forces and the military of the partner countries.
Spanning nearly three decades of achievements and connectivity with the world, the SPP has materialized the valuable partnerships with one third of the world countries, building the most enduring international cooperation and bonds with over 89 nations in:
- Central Asia;
- Europe (Eastern, Western, Central, and the Baltic Region);
- Western Hemisphere.
In the framework of the National Guard State Partnership Program this time we introduce Alabama National Guard.
From community works like building schools, bridges, hospitals, combing the medical teams of covid-19 response in 2020, to international disaster training and readiness, Alabama National Guard has been strengthening its partnership with Romania since 1993.
Members of the Alabama National Guard welcome a team of specialists from the Romanian Ministry of National Defense at Montgomery Aviation. May 25, 2020
©National Guard /1SG Sandra D. Lucas.
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*Acknowledgment: The historical facts in this article are from U.S National Guard