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Several US Military Bases In Europe Raise Alert To ‘CHARLIE’ Over Potential Terror Threat: Report

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United States military bases across Europe increased their alert status over the weekend. The increased alert was a result of worries that facilities or persons would be the target of terrorist attacks. U.S. authorities provided CNN with this information on Sunday. According to a U.S. official speaking to CNN from a location in Europe, this degree of threat hasn’t been seen in at least ten years. This category, according to the official, usually denotes a “active-reliable threat.”

US Military Bases On CHARLIE Threat Level.

United States military bases across Europe increased their alert status over the weekend. The increased alert was a result of worries that facilities or persons would be the target of terrorist attacks. U.S. authorities provided CNN with this information on Sunday.

Force Protection Condition (FPCON) “Charlie” is the highest alert level that the U.S. Army garrison in Stuttgart, Germany, which houses the headquarters of U.S. European Command (EUCOM), set on Sunday. Until further notice, this enhanced alert level will be in place. Ensuring preparedness and quick reaction times in the event of possible threats in the area was the main goal.

According to a U.S. official speaking to CNN from a location in Europe, this degree of threat hasn’t been seen in at least ten years. This category, according to the official, usually denotes a “active-reliable threat.”

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