POZNAN-Poland –Maj. Janusz Gunderman, member of the Polish Resistance Home Army or Armia Krajowa, addresses the audience about his experience 73rd annual Warsaw Uprising Ceremony Aug. 1, 2017. The 1944 Warsaw Uprising against the Germans was one last attempt to save Poland's independence during World War II. The uprising lasted for 63 days, ending after a massive retaliation by the Nazis. On invitation from the Polish governor, members of the Mission Command Element-Atlantic Resolve participated in the event. The MCE, now based in Poznan at the invitation of the Polish government as part of ou

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POZNAN-Poland –Maj. Janusz Gunderman, member of the Polish Resistance Home Army or Armia Krajowa, addresses the audience about his experience 73rd annual Warsaw Uprising Ceremony Aug. 1, 2017. The 1944 Warsaw Uprising against the Germans was one last attempt to save Poland's independence during World War II. The uprising lasted for 63 days, ending after a massive retaliation by the Nazis. On invitation from the Polish governor, members of the Mission Command Element-Atlantic Resolve participated in the event. The MCE, now based in Poznan at the invitation of the Polish government as part of ou
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POZNAN-Poland –Maj. Janusz Gunderman, member of the Polish Resistance Home Army or Armia Krajowa, addresses the audience about his experience 73rd annual Warsaw Uprising Ceremony Aug. 1, 2017. The 1944 Warsaw Uprising against the Germans was one last attempt to save Poland's independence during World War II. The uprising lasted for 63 days, ending after a massive retaliation by the Nazis. On invitation from the Polish governor, members of the Mission Command Element-Atlantic Resolve participated in the event. The MCE, now based in Poznan at the invitation of the Polish government as part of our persistent presence in support of the Atlantic Resolve mission to increase the U.S. Army's capacity to provide mission command for deployed units in eastern Europe and enhance NATO Allies and Partners' capability to deter and defend operations and multinational exercises with host nation defense forces in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. The relocation of the tactical division headquarters to Poland enhances mission command of U.S. rotational forces and units assigned deployed to support NATO Allies and Partners preparedness to respond to any threat or crisis. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Diandra J. Harrell, MCE Public Affairs Office)