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NATO MMU receives fourth MRTT aircraft

by Gareth Jennings

The Multinational Multirole Tanker Transport Unit (MMU) located at Eindhoven Airbase in the Netherlands received its fourth Airbus A330 MultiRole Tanker Transport (MRTT) aircraft on 1 April.

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

Aircraft MMF4/T-057 of the Multinational MRTT Fleet (MMF) was delivered to the unit the day after ownership was transferred via the Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) from Airbus Defence and Space (DS) to the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA), which manages the fleet on behalf of the MMF nations.

The MMF capability comprises NATO members Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Norway, with the MMU operating unit composed of military personnel from these six participating nations. The capability provides pooled access to aerial refuelling (hose-and-drogue and boom/receptacle), strategic passenger and cargo airlift, and aero-medical evacuation (medevac) capabilities.

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NATO MMU receives fourth MRTT aircraft

by Gareth Jennings

The Multinational Multirole Tanker Transport Unit (MMU) located at Eindhoven Airbase in the Netherlands received its fourth Airbus A330 MultiRole Tanker Transport (MRTT) aircraft on 1 April.

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

Aircraft MMF4/T-057 of the Multinational MRTT Fleet (MMF) was delivered to the unit the day after ownership was transferred via the Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) from Airbus Defence and Space (DS) to the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA), which manages the fleet on behalf of the MMF nations.

The MMF capability comprises NATO members Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Norway, with the MMU operating unit composed of military personnel from these six participating nations. The capability provides pooled access to aerial refuelling (hose-and-drogue and boom/receptacle), strategic passenger and cargo airlift, and aero-medical evacuation (medevac) capabilities.

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NATO MMU receives fourth MRTT aircraft

by Gareth Jennings

The Multinational Multirole Tanker Transport Unit (MMU) located at Eindhoven Airbase in the Netherlands received its fourth Airbus A330 MultiRole Tanker Transport (MRTT) aircraft on 1 April.

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

Aircraft MMF4/T-057 of the Multinational MRTT Fleet (MMF) was delivered to the unit the day after ownership was transferred via the Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) from Airbus Defence and Space (DS) to the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA), which manages the fleet on behalf of the MMF nations.

The MMF capability comprises NATO members Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Norway, with the MMU operating unit composed of military personnel from these six participating nations. The capability provides pooled access to aerial refuelling (hose-and-drogue and boom/receptacle), strategic passenger and cargo airlift, and aero-medical evacuation (medevac) capabilities.

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NATO MMU receives fourth MRTT aircraft

by Gareth Jennings

The Multinational Multirole Tanker Transport Unit (MMU) located at Eindhoven Airbase in the Netherlands received its fourth Airbus A330 MultiRole Tanker Transport (MRTT) aircraft on 1 April.

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

Aircraft MMF4/T-057 of the Multinational MRTT Fleet (MMF) was delivered to the unit the day after ownership was transferred via the Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) from Airbus Defence and Space (DS) to the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA), which manages the fleet on behalf of the MMF nations.

The MMF capability comprises NATO members Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Norway, with the MMU operating unit composed of military personnel from these six participating nations. The capability provides pooled access to aerial refuelling (hose-and-drogue and boom/receptacle), strategic passenger and cargo airlift, and aero-medical evacuation (medevac) capabilities.

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NATO MMU receives fourth MRTT aircraft

by Gareth Jennings

The Multinational Multirole Tanker Transport Unit (MMU) located at Eindhoven Airbase in the Netherlands received its fourth Airbus A330 MultiRole Tanker Transport (MRTT) aircraft on 1 April.

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

Aircraft MMF4/T-057 of the Multinational MRTT Fleet (MMF) was delivered to the unit the day after ownership was transferred via the Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) from Airbus Defence and Space (DS) to the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA), which manages the fleet on behalf of the MMF nations.

The MMF capability comprises NATO members Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Norway, with the MMU operating unit composed of military personnel from these six participating nations. The capability provides pooled access to aerial refuelling (hose-and-drogue and boom/receptacle), strategic passenger and cargo airlift, and aero-medical evacuation (medevac) capabilities.

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The Multinational Multirole Tanker Transport Unit (MMU) located at Eindhoven Airbase in the Netherla...

NATO MMU receives fourth MRTT aircraft

by Gareth Jennings

The Multinational Multirole Tanker Transport Unit (MMU) located at Eindhoven Airbase in the Netherlands received its fourth Airbus A330 MultiRole Tanker Transport (MRTT) aircraft on 1 April.

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

Aircraft MMF4/T-057 of the Multinational MRTT Fleet (MMF) was delivered to the unit the day after ownership was transferred via the Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) from Airbus Defence and Space (DS) to the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA), which manages the fleet on behalf of the MMF nations.

The MMF capability comprises NATO members Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Norway, with the MMU operating unit composed of military personnel from these six participating nations. The capability provides pooled access to aerial refuelling (hose-and-drogue and boom/receptacle), strategic passenger and cargo airlift, and aero-medical evacuation (medevac) capabilities.

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The Multinational Multirole Tanker Transport Unit (MMU) located at Eindhoven Airbase in the Netherla...

NATO MMU receives fourth MRTT aircraft

by Gareth Jennings

The Multinational Multirole Tanker Transport Unit (MMU) located at Eindhoven Airbase in the Netherlands received its fourth Airbus A330 MultiRole Tanker Transport (MRTT) aircraft on 1 April.

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

Aircraft MMF4/T-057 of the Multinational MRTT Fleet (MMF) was delivered to the unit the day after ownership was transferred via the Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) from Airbus Defence and Space (DS) to the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA), which manages the fleet on behalf of the MMF nations.

The MMF capability comprises NATO members Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Norway, with the MMU operating unit composed of military personnel from these six participating nations. The capability provides pooled access to aerial refuelling (hose-and-drogue and boom/receptacle), strategic passenger and cargo airlift, and aero-medical evacuation (medevac) capabilities.

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The Multinational Multirole Tanker Transport Unit (MMU) located at Eindhoven Airbase in the Netherla...

NATO MMU receives fourth MRTT aircraft

by Gareth Jennings

The Multinational Multirole Tanker Transport Unit (MMU) located at Eindhoven Airbase in the Netherlands received its fourth Airbus A330 MultiRole Tanker Transport (MRTT) aircraft on 1 April.

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

The fourth Airbus A330 MRTT (MMF4/T-057) was delivered to the NATO MMU at its Eindhoven Main Operating Base on 1 April. (MMU)

Aircraft MMF4/T-057 of the Multinational MRTT Fleet (MMF) was delivered to the unit the day after ownership was transferred via the Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) from Airbus Defence and Space (DS) to the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA), which manages the fleet on behalf of the MMF nations.

The MMF capability comprises NATO members Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Norway, with the MMU operating unit composed of military personnel from these six participating nations. The capability provides pooled access to aerial refuelling (hose-and-drogue and boom/receptacle), strategic passenger and cargo airlift, and aero-medical evacuation (medevac) capabilities.

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