Allied Command Europe


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The men were serving with the Allied Command Europe Mobile Force (Land), Combat Service Support Battalion, which is based at Bulford Camp, Wiltshire.
During Operation Joint Endeavor in Bosnia-Herzegovina, chemical/NBC officers and NCOs in NATO's Allied Command Europe Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC) and Peace Implementation Force had to find and identify NBC/industrial hazards, protect their soldiers from exposure, determine possible dangers, and plot potential downwind hazards.
Gregg Taylor, of the Holyhead platoon, said: "I spent 14 years in the Army - serving with the 3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery and the Allied Command Europe, a multi-national force made up of seven nations.
In addition to the Allied Command Europe Rapid Reaction Corps and the Euro Corps, Germany forms corps with the United States, the Netherlands, and Denmark.
The troops will operate as Allied Command Europe Mobile Force Land, known as ACE.
The heavily armed Allied Command Europe Mobile Force, known as ACE, is said to be moving in to back up the humanitarian efforts in Albania.
On May 1, 1972, General Dougherty was promoted to four-star rank and assigned as chief of staff of Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), headquarters NATO's Allied Command Europe. On August 1, 1974, he was appointed as SAC's commander in chief.
SERGEANT Robert Busuttil was a member of the Royal Logistics Corps and was serving in Afghanistan with the Allied Command Europe Mobile Force (Land), Combat Service Support Battalion.
In half a century the only hiccup has been the bizarre antics of France which left the military section of Nato, Allied Command Europe, in 1967 but remained part of the political structure.
The new unit will be drawn from the Allied Command Europe Mobile Force Land, known as ACE, commanded by British Major General John Reith.
Pte Jeans was serving with the Royal Logistic Corps as part of the Allied Command Europe Rapid Reaction Corps.
As Clark explains, the original plan was to give Supreme Allied Command Europe (SACEUR) authority to strike at targets established by NATO, but Washington trespassed on that authority by imposing target-by-target approval.
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