Allied Command Europe


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Noun1.Allied Command Europe - a major strategic headquarters of NATO; safeguards an area extending from Norway to Turkey
NATO, North Atlantic Treaty Organization - an international organization created in 1949 by the North Atlantic Treaty for purposes of collective security
SACEUR, Supreme Allied Commander Europe - commanding officer of ACE; NATO's senior military commander in Europe
headquarters - (plural) a military unit consisting of a commander and the headquarters staff
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He held significant staff positions at Headquarters Air Force, and retired from active duty as the Chief of Staff, Supreme Headquarters Allied Command Europe.
Our first gender adviser for ISAF was placed in 2009, and now, in Afghanistan, Kosovo and Supreme Headquarters Allied Command Europe (SHAPE) special Gender Advisers are in place.
Commander, Military Sealift Command Far East, Yokohama, Japan; Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Sasebo, Japan; Supreme Allied Command Europe, Casteau, Belgium; USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19); Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Yokosuka, Japan; USS Constellation (CV 64); Naval Air Station Cubi Point, Philippines; and USS Ray (SSN 653).
He subsequently activated the Allied Command Europe (ACE) and established his headquarters at Roquencourt (Paris) on 2 April 1951.
In 1989, the WPC pioneered distributed wargaming in the first NATO-wide computer-assisted exercise for Allied Command Europe.
From the first entry--the "Able" series of Allied Command Europe and NATO nuclear weapons exercises--to the last--"Zodiac Beauchamp: Suborbital launch program from Barking Sands, HI, for missile defense-related research purposes, 1990present"--Arkin covers the gamut from unclassified exercises to subcompartments of code-named programs whose existence has been a closely guarded secret.
The Monchengladbach JHQ is the base for UK Support Command (Germany), which provides administrative and logistical support to British forces on mainland Europe, and Nato's Allied Command Europe Rapid Reaction Corps.
Both men were serving with the Allied Command Europe Mobile Land Force's combat service support battalion which is based at Bulford Camp, Wiltshire.
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.

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