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Multinational Joint Headquarters Ulm

The “Ulm Command” is a Joint Support Service activity staffed with multinational personnel. The purpose of the Command is to exercise worldwide command and control of crisis management operations as tasked by the United Nations, NATO, or the EU, always ready to deploy at short notice.

The military-strategic and military-operational command and control of EU Battlegroups has become the signature trademark of the Command. However, it is certified to exercise command and control of operations conducted by multinational forces comprising Army, Air Force, Navy and other specialized elements with a strength of up to 60,000 troops.

Saber Strike 2017

  • Saber Strike 2017

    Multinational Joint Headquarters Ulm will participate in NATO's command post exercise "Saber Strike 2017 (SASE17)", during which the Multinational Corps Northeast in Stettin is due to be certified by NATO. As part of this project, 200 personnel from the Ulm Command are going to run an operation headquarters in Grafenwoehr, acting as superior to the Stettin Corps. At the same time, around 30 soldiers from Ulm are assigned to Exercise Control. SASE17 will be conducted in various phases and eventually culminate in early June. By participating in this exercise, the Ulm Command is preparing itself for its own NATO certification next year.

Steadfast Cobalt 2017

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    Steadfast Cobalt 2017

    Multinational Joint Headquarters Ulm has participated in NATO exercise Steadfast Cobalt 17 in Kaunas, Lithuania. The exercise was of key importance as it served to test interoperability (evaluation) for certification exercises TRIDENT JAGUAR 18 and TRIDENT JUNCTURE 18.

Further information about us

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    About us

    The main focus of the Multinational Joint Headquarters Ulm is to plan and exercise command and control of global crisis management operations as tasked by the UN, NATO or the EU. To this end, the Command has a multinational staff composed of Army, Air Force, Navy, Joint Medical Service, and Joint Support Service forces, as well as of civilian subject matter experts.

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    Video about the Multinational Joint Headquarters

    The command multimedia experience.



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