Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC)
Established 2 Oct 1992, under the command of Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), on official recognition by E-XE5515 - Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), to whom it reports in peacetime. Comes within the framework of E-XE2231 - Allied Command Operations (ACO), as a rapid reaction force of C-XC3005 - NATO. Original title: Allied Command Europe Rapid Reaction Corps. Previously also referred to as ACE Rapid Reaction Corps.
In order to meet NATO, EU, national or multi-national requirements, be prepared to deploy: as a Corps HQ; as a Land Component HQ; as a Theatre-level Joint Task Force HQ.
Multinational Headquarters in Gloucester (UK), with personnel from 23 NATO troop contributing countries.
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