A team of three international health specialists from U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa (USAFE) Command’s Surgeon in Ramstein, Germany traveled to Podgorica to meet with Montenegrin Military medical representatives from May 18-20, in order to establish a baseline assessment of Montenegro’s NATO Role 1 Medical Treatment capabilities. In addition to the assessment of the Military Medical Center, the group visited the Land Forces Training Facility where Platoon Medics were being certified during a Combat Life Saving Course. Another highlight was a visit to the Air Force Base, where the health specialists received a briefing on the Aeromedical Evacuation capabilities and the support this unit provides to the civilian sector. In the 1.5 years since the USAFE team last visited Montenegro, there has been a roughly 25% increase in Montenegrin military medical personnel, along with the addition of modern equipment. As a NATO ally, the United States will continue to support Montenegro to achieve Role 1 Medical NATO capability, making it fully interoperable with NATO forces.