Allied Force Command Heidelberg
  • Allied Force Command Headquarters Heidelberg
  • Allied Force Command Headquarters Heidelberg
  • Allied Force Command Headquarters Heidelberg
  • Allied Force Command Headquarters Heidelberg
  • Allied Force Command Headquarters Heidelberg
  • Allied Force Command Headquarters Heidelberg
  • Allied Force Command Headquarters Heidelberg
  • Allied Force Command Headquarters Heidelberg
  • Allied Force Command Headquarters Heidelberg
  • Allied Force Command Headquarters Heidelberg

Allied Force Command Heidelberg was deactivated on April 1st, 2013

Allied Force Command Heidelberg

Headquarters Allied Force Command Heidelberg (HQ FC Heidelberg) was a multinational NATO Headquarters deactivated on April 1st, 2013 and closed on December, 2013. This part of the website provides an archive of information relating to this Headquarters' missions and history. The information on this website is not updated since this date.

International community says farewell to Allied Force Command Heidelberg

Allied Force Command Heidelberg

Hundreds of multi-national citizens and service members came together to bid farewell to Allied Force Command Heidelberg for the NATO Headquarters deactivation ceremony at Campbell Barracks, March 14. “This headquarters and its demonstrated excellence will never be forgotten,” said Commander Allied Force Command Heidelberg Lt. Gen. John W. Morgan III.

Pride swells as flags are lowered at a favorite NATO headquarters

Allied Force Command Heidelberg

Colorful national flags from across NATO, the NATO flag and the headquarters flag were lowered in a ceremony at Campbell Barracks in Heidelberg, Germany, March 27.
The lowering of the flags symbolized the countries’ membership with Allied Force Command Heidelberg (HQ FCHD) and the ending of their time here.