USASAC meets with Polish reps to discuss security assistance, foreign military sales

By Tim HansonJune 9, 2022

USASAC Commander Col. Jason Brad Nicholson and his senior enlisted advisor, Command Sgt. Major Sean Rice, hosted a Polish delegation to discuss foreign military sales and security assistance June 8, 2022 at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. During the gathering, Brig. Gen. Krzysztof Nolbert, the newly appointed Polish Defense, Military, Naval, and Air Attaché, emphasized the importance of a strong U.S.-Poland relationship. This relationship and shared commitment to freedom date back to the American Revolution when Polish citizens aided the U.S. cause. In 1919, the United States was the first country to recognize an independent Poland. Today the United States and Poland partner closely on NATO capabilities, counterterrorism, nonproliferation, missile defense, human rights, economic growth and innovation, energy security, and regional cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe. This indispensable alliance is more critical than ever amid the ongoing war in Ukraine, which shares a 329-mile border with Poland. Nolbert asked that USASAC continue to consider the numerous foreign military sales activities in development and ongoing as vital to Poland’s national defense and for the greater good of our European partners. Nicholson called the hour-long meeting, also attended by Nolbert’s deputy, Col. Marek Brylonek, very productive. For more information on how USASAC supports America's partners and allies, visit www.army.mil/usasac.

USASAC Commander Col. Brad Nicholson and his senior enlisted advisor, Command Sgt. Major Sean Rice, hosted a Polish delegation to discuss foreign military sales and security assistance June 8, 2022 at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. During the gathering, Brig. Gen. Krzysztof Nolbert, the newly appointed Polish Defense, Military, Naval, and Air Attaché, emphasized the importance of a strong U.S.-Poland relationship. This relationship and shared commitment to freedom date back to the American Revolution when Polish citizens aided the U.S. cause. In 1919, the United States was the first country to recognize an independent Poland. Today the United States and Poland partner closely on NATO capabilities, counterterrorism, nonproliferation, missile defense, human rights, economic growth and innovation, energy security, and regional cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe. This indispensable alliance is more critical than ever amid the ongoing war in Ukraine, which shares a 329-mile border with Poland. Nolbert asked that USASAC continue to consider the numerous foreign military sales activities in development and ongoing as vital to Poland’s national defense and for the greater good of our European partners. Nicholson called the hour-long meeting, also attended by Nolbert’s deputy, Col. Marek Brylonek, very productive. For more information on how USASAC supports America's partners and allies, visit www.army.mil/usasac.
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USASAC Commander Col. Brad Nicholson and his senior enlisted advisor, Command Sgt. Major Sean Rice, hosted a Polish delegation to discuss foreign military sales and security assistance June 8, 2022 at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. During the gathering, Brig. Gen. Krzysztof Nolbert, the newly appointed Polish Defense, Military, Naval, and Air Attaché, emphasized the importance of a strong U.S.-Poland relationship. This relationship and shared commitment to freedom date back to the American Revolution when Polish citizens aided the U.S. cause. In 1919, the United States was the first country to recognize an independent Poland. Today the United States and Poland partner closely on NATO capabilities, counterterrorism, nonproliferation, missile defense, human rights, economic growth and innovation, energy security, and regional cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe. This indispensable alliance is more critical than ever amid the ongoing war in Ukraine, which shares a 329-mile border with Poland. Nolbert asked that USASAC continue to consider the numerous foreign military sales activities in development and ongoing as vital to Poland’s national defense and for the greater good of our European partners. Nicholson called the hour-long meeting, also attended by Nolbert’s deputy, Col. Marek Brylonek, very productive. For more information on how USASAC supports America's partners and allies, visit www.army.mil/usasac. (Photo Credit: Tim Hanson) VIEW ORIGINAL
USASAC Commander Col. Brad Nicholson and his senior enlisted advisor, Command Sgt. Major Sean Rice, hosted a Polish delegation to discuss foreign military sales and security assistance June 8, 2022 at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. During the gathering, Brig. Gen. Krzysztof Nolbert, the newly appointed Polish Defense, Military, Naval, and Air Attaché, emphasized the importance of a strong U.S.-Poland relationship. This relationship and shared commitment to freedom date back to the American Revolution when Polish citizens aided the U.S. cause. In 1919, the United States was the first country to recognize an independent Poland. Today the United States and Poland partner closely on NATO capabilities, counterterrorism, nonproliferation, missile defense, human rights, economic growth and innovation, energy security, and regional cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe. This indispensable alliance is more critical than ever amid the ongoing war in Ukraine, which shares a 329-mile border with Poland. Nolbert asked that USASAC continue to consider the numerous foreign military sales activities in development and ongoing as vital to Poland’s national defense and for the greater good of our European partners. Nicholson called the hour-long meeting, also attended by Nolbert’s deputy, Col. Marek Brylonek, very productive. For more information on how USASAC supports America's partners and allies, visit www.army.mil/usasac.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USASAC Commander Col. Brad Nicholson and his senior enlisted advisor, Command Sgt. Major Sean Rice, hosted a Polish delegation to discuss foreign military sales and security assistance June 8, 2022 at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. During the gathering, Brig. Gen. Krzysztof Nolbert, the newly appointed Polish Defense, Military, Naval, and Air Attaché, emphasized the importance of a strong U.S.-Poland relationship. This relationship and shared commitment to freedom date back to the American Revolution when Polish citizens aided the U.S. cause. In 1919, the United States was the first country to recognize an independent Poland. Today the United States and Poland partner closely on NATO capabilities, counterterrorism, nonproliferation, missile defense, human rights, economic growth and innovation, energy security, and regional cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe. This indispensable alliance is more critical than ever amid the ongoing war in Ukraine, which shares a 329-mile border with Poland. Nolbert asked that USASAC continue to consider the numerous foreign military sales activities in development and ongoing as vital to Poland’s national defense and for the greater good of our European partners. Nicholson called the hour-long meeting, also attended by Nolbert’s deputy, Col. Marek Brylonek, very productive. For more information on how USASAC supports America's partners and allies, visit www.army.mil/usasac. (Photo Credit: Tim Hanson) VIEW ORIGINAL
USASAC Commander Col. Brad Nicholson and his senior enlisted advisor, Command Sgt. Major Sean Rice, hosted a Polish delegation to discuss foreign military sales and security assistance June 8, 2022 at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. During the gathering, Brig. Gen. Krzysztof Nolbert, the newly appointed Polish Defense, Military, Naval, and Air Attaché, emphasized the importance of a strong U.S.-Poland relationship. This relationship and shared commitment to freedom date back to the American Revolution when Polish citizens aided the U.S. cause. In 1919, the United States was the first country to recognize an independent Poland. Today the United States and Poland partner closely on NATO capabilities, counterterrorism, nonproliferation, missile defense, human rights, economic growth and innovation, energy security, and regional cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe. This indispensable alliance is more critical than ever amid the ongoing war in Ukraine, which shares a 329-mile border with Poland. Nolbert asked that USASAC continue to consider the numerous foreign military sales activities in development and ongoing as vital to Poland’s national defense and for the greater good of our European partners. Nicholson called the hour-long meeting, also attended by Nolbert’s deputy, Col. Marek Brylonek, very productive. For more information on how USASAC supports America's partners and allies, visit www.army.mil/usasac.
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USASAC Commander Col. Brad Nicholson and his senior enlisted advisor, Command Sgt. Major Sean Rice, hosted a Polish delegation to discuss foreign military sales and security assistance June 8, 2022 at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. During the gathering, Brig. Gen. Krzysztof Nolbert, the newly appointed Polish Defense, Military, Naval, and Air Attaché, emphasized the importance of a strong U.S.-Poland relationship. This relationship and shared commitment to freedom date back to the American Revolution when Polish citizens aided the U.S. cause. In 1919, the United States was the first country to recognize an independent Poland. Today the United States and Poland partner closely on NATO capabilities, counterterrorism, nonproliferation, missile defense, human rights, economic growth and innovation, energy security, and regional cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe. This indispensable alliance is more critical than ever amid the ongoing war in Ukraine, which shares a 329-mile border with Poland. Nolbert asked that USASAC continue to consider the numerous foreign military sales activities in development and ongoing as vital to Poland’s national defense and for the greater good of our European partners. Nicholson called the hour-long meeting, also attended by Nolbert’s deputy, Col. Marek Brylonek, very productive. For more information on how USASAC supports America's partners and allies, visit www.army.mil/usasac. (Photo Credit: Tim Hanson) VIEW ORIGINAL