Press Release – NATO Allied Air Command Leadership visits the Mitchell Institute

Deputy Commander, Allied Air Command, Air Marshal Johnny Stringer, Royal Air Force.

Photo Credit: Mike Tsukamoto | AFA

Arlington, Virginia | April 24, 2024

On April 24, the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies team hosted Air Marshal Johnny Stringer, Deputy Commander of NATO Allied Air Command. The discussion concentrated on the realities of the current security environment, the expansion of the NATO alliance, and NATO modernization.  Air Marshall Stringer discussed these topics in the latest edition of Aerospace Nation.  

The Mitchell Institute recognizes the importance of the NATO alliance, with air and space power providing crucial options to member nations. For 75 years, NATO has proven its strength and versatility. Dean of the Mitchell Institute, Lt Gen Dave Deptula, USAF (Ret.), remarked, “It was our pleasure to host Air Marshal Stringer at the Mitchell Institute. Our discussions were productive and impactful. Given continued Russian aggression in Europe and a broad range of challenges across the globe, it is crucial to promote closer integration and cooperation between NATO member nations.” 

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