|20 May. 2023 ||
UK troops test rapid reinforcement of NATO battlegroup in Estonia
Dozens of British Royal Marines landed on a beach north of Tallinn on Friday night (19 May 2023) testing the Allies ability to rapidly deploy reinforcements to NATO forces in Estonia. The Royal Marines contingent is part of a 900-strong British force deployed to Estonia especially for exercise “Spring Storm 2023”.
|11 May. 2020 ||
Coronavirus response: Italian NATO Rapid Deployable Corps supports local communities and authorities in Lombardy
In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the NATO Rapid Deployable Corps Italy - based in Solbiate Olona north of Milan (Italy) - has been conducting and coordinating a range of activities to support the local communities and authorities of the Italian northern region of Lombardy. Lombardy is amongst the areas of Italy hit the hardest by the pandemic.
|17 Mar. 2017 ||
Noble Jump kicks off with an Alert Exercise
Forces from a number of NATO countries are preparing to deploy significant numbers of soldiers, vehicles and helicopters to Romania later in the year to test the Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF) concept.
|09 Nov. 2016 ||
Certified for NATO Response Force 2017
INNSWORTH, UK - The Allied Rapid Reaction Corps was signed 'certified' to be the Land Component Command of the 2017 NATO Response Force on Wednesday, 2 Nov 16, by senior NATO officers at RAF St. Mawgan in Cornwall, UK, at the conclusion of Exercise TRIDENT JUNCTURE 2016.
|17 Nov. 2015 ||
NATO tests its readiness in the Baltics
NATO’s Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC) trains for the first time in the Baltic States. The ARRC is one of the nine High Readiness Headquarters which can be quickly dispatched to lead NATO troops on missions within or beyond the territory of NATO member states.
|12 Nov. 2008 ||
NATO’s Allied Rapid Reaction Corps holds annual exercise
The Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC) headquarters will host a visitors’ day on 12 November during its annual exercise at Sennelager Training Centre, near Paderborn, Germany.