Dahms, Jon
January 2005
Army Reserve Magazine;Winter2005, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p40
This article focuses on preparation of Germany-based army reserve unit for deployment by Bulgarian exercise. The 7th Army Reserve Command's 330th Support Center returned from Bulgaria on August 21, 2005 after more than six weeks supporting exercise Bulwark 2004. Nearly 1,000 soldiers from U.S. Army Europe and various units in the United States descended upon Novo Selo Training Area, a remote Bulgarian Army training site about 25 miles from the city of Sliven. The 330th supported two rotations with a total of 18 soldiers.


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