All posts in AFN Europe

The American Forces Network is converting AFN|xtra to AFN|sports 2, which will offer an additional 80 hours of sports a week beginning June 1. -- Photo Credit: AFN
Photo Credit: Courtesy photo Then British Pvt. Geoff Pollitt in 1955 while he was with the British army of the Rhine. Pollitt read an article recently on the U.S. military's impact on European culture and decided to reach out, via handwritten letter, to share his story with AFN.
Then-Army Staff Sgt. George A. Smith hosts his morning DJ show from AFN Nuremberg in 1979. The station later moved to Rose Barracks in Vilseck, and is now known as AFN Bavaria. -- Photo Credit: Randy Gingrich
Photo Credit: AFN Europe file photo Armed Forces Network-Europe radio started broadcasting live big band music and other shows from BBC Studios in London, July 4, 1943.
AFN Europe
Photo Credit: Sgt. Carl Greenwell, American Forces Network, Bavaria DoD Military Broadcast Journalist of the Year Sgt. Rebecca Schwab records a sound bite for the AFN Bavaria audience, recently.
AFN Europe