The organizational structure of United States European Command, including profiles of senior leadership, overviews of the Directorates, descriptions of the activities undertaken by the DoD branches, and resources for EUCOM personnel
U.S. Marines assigned to Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force-Crisis Response-Africa carry a simulated casualty back to safety during an alert force drill at Naval Station Rota, Spain, Oct. 20, 2016. The purpose of the drill was to rehearse and assess the SPMAGTF’s ability to integrate elements and respond to a time-sensitive crisis. SPMAGTF-CR-AF is designed to provide contingency support to U.S. Africa Command, including tactical recovery of aircraft and personnel, embassy reinforcement, support to noncombatant evacuation operations, humanitarian assistance, and disaster relief. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Jessika Braden/ Released)
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EUCOM plays a key role in several annual events - including Memorial Day and D-Day commemorations - and other activities with global interest or impact. This section highlights those events as they happen.
Led by NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander, EUCOM conducts military operations to enhance transatlantic security and defend the United States forward.
Headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany, EUCOM is a joint forces community of approximately 1,000 U.S. service members and government civilians, who work and live at four different locations around the city.
EUCOM Forces are assigned to five distinct component commands responsible for conducting broad spectrum operations throughout Europe.
Working and living at an overseas command can bring on new opportunities and challenges. Learn more about the programs and support offered to those living and working within EUCOM.
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