A unique German-American partnership and trusted global network promoting common values and advancing collaborative geostrategic solutions.
Former Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney signed DOD Directive 5200.34 in November 1992, establishing the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies as an element of EUCOM under the authority, direction and control of the commander-in-chief, EUCOM. The Marshall Center became a German-American partnership when a memorandum of agreement was signed on December 2, 1994, between headquarters EUCOM and the German Ministry of Defense.
The Marshall Center conducts a variety of unique programs involving to date more than 14,600 officials from more than 156 countries. All programs are taught in English. Our Seminar on Regional Security and European Security Seminar-East are presented in English and Russian with simultaneous interpretation.
The Marshall Center contributes to security cooperation with tailored, professional education and research, dialogue, and the persistent, thorough, and thoughtful examination of issues that confront our region and the world both today and in the years ahead. Those who attend Marshall Center courses will have an opportunity to identify common values, create transnational friendships, work toward common understandings, and build a more peaceful and cooperative regional and global security environment.
This keychain honors the German-American partnership – keep your favorite keys on this hansom keychain to show your pride.
Each keychain measures 1 1/2 inch (39mm) in diameter.
This is a surplus NWTM item. Packaging may vary.