- The Bulgarian Parliament Approved the F-16`s Purchase
- Defense Minister Karakachanov Signed the Contracts for the Purchase of Eight F-16s
- Bulgarian Government Has Voted on the New F-16 Fighter Contract
- Report: Graf Ignatievo AFB Air Show
- Ex-Bulgarian Finance Minister Calls Issued Domestic Debt for F-16 ‘Lost Money’
- Canadian soldier killed during parachuting training exercise in Bulgaria
- New $100 million F-35 stealth fighter jets can only fly supersonic for short bursts or it may start to ‘crack’: Pentagon report
- 29th of June : BIG AIR SHOW AT GRAF IGNATIEVO AIRBASE
- Financial problems for the overhaul of the Bulgarian Air Force Su-25s
- Bulgarian Army Day Parade 2019
Donald Cook’s visit to Bulgaria reaffirms to NATO allies that the U.S. Navy shares a commitment to strengthening ties, while working toward mutual goals of promoting peace and stability in the Black Sea region.
“This is the second time Donald Cook has been in the Black Sea in the last eight months, and we have yet to visit Bulgaria. The crew is eager and excited to experience a new port with such a rich and proud history”, Cmdr. Charles Hampton, commanding officer, USS Donald Cook.
Since arriving in the Black Sea Dec. 26, Donald Cook participated in an underway engagement with Turkish naval Forces Dec. 28 and made a scheduled port visit with arrived in Constanta, Romania, Dec. 30.
Donald Cook in port of Varna - 9 January 2015 - image Club Ocean magazine, Kiril Todorov