Calabrese deployed to Afghanistan in support of the Army's Southern European Task Force and Combined/Joint Task Force-76.
What does SETAF stand for?
SETAF stands for Southern European Task Force (Airborne; US Army)
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A month earlier, in December 2008, Southern European Task Force began its transformation to become USARAF, the Army component to U.
The Army's Southern European Task Force (SETAF), located in Vicenza could increase by about fifty active-duty personnel, bringing the active-duty staff to about 300 soldiers, according to Colonel Marcus De Oliveira, SETAF Chief of Staff.
Army Southern European Task Force (USASETAF) Corporal Struble was born on 19 June 1984, in Bad Bruckeau, Germany.
Aquino was stationed in Italy as a platoon leader for the Southern European Task Force, and after a stint at Citibank, was called up for the Army again in 2001.
Members of the US Army Southern European Task Force (Airborne) (USASETAF ABN) posed these questions in March 2005 as the incoming CJTF-76 staff at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, during the relief-in-place of the 25th Infantry Division (Light) (25th ID).
In September 2004, Heibel presented the concept to representatives from the 173rd Airborne and Southern European Task Force.
The staff judge advocate from the Army's Southern European Task Force (Airborne) suggested that DOCPER's experience in Germany might be useful.