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United States Air Forces Europe Weather Operations

U.S. Air Forces Europe/A3W plans and directs operations and employment of USAFE weather forces supporting Air Force, Army, joint and combined operations across the U.S. European Command area of responsibility and in support of Operations Joint Forge, Joint Guardian, Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. Advises EUCOM on METOC operations. Organizes, trains and equips theater U.S. Air Force Weather forces. Develops weather operations policy and plans. Advises NATO, EUCOM, USAFE, USAREUR, SOCEUR, and Joint and Combined Task Force commanders concerning weather effects on operations.

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31st OSS/OSW, Aviano AB, Italy
32nd AOS/AOO, Ramstein AB, Germany
39th OSS/OSW, Incirlik AB, Turkey
48th OSS/OSW, RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom
52nd OSS/OSW, Spangdahlem AB, Germany
65th OSS/OSW, Lajes Field, Azores, Portugal
86th OSS/OSW, Ramstein AB, Germany
100th OSS/OSW, RAF Mildenhall, United Kingdom
401st AEW/SWO, Tuzla, Bosnia-Herzgovina
496th ABS/OSWX, Moron AB, Spain
HQ SFOR/Cj-3, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
HQ USEUCOM/ECJ35-JPG, Stuttgart, Germany
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Cloudy Vision
Senior Airman James Dziedzina uses a tactical cloud laser range finder Nov. 13 to determine if the clouds are too low for aircraft to safely take off and land. This is one of many pieces of equipment that help provide direct force-enhancement support to the wing. Dziedzina is a weather forecaster with the 48th Operation Support Squadron at RAF Lakenheath, England. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Basic Stacey Jeanpaul)


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