German Army Lieutenant General Richard Rossmanith, Commander of Multinational Joint Headquarters (MN JHQ) Ulm, visited NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Wednesday 1 March 2017. He was hosted by Polish Army Major General Andrzej Reudowicz, Commander JWC.
The visit included an Office Call with Major General Reudowicz, a series of briefings on JWC’s exercise and training programme for the NATO Command and Force Structure Headquarters so that they are better prepared for both present and future challenges; the preparation of the TRIDENT JAGUAR 18 Exercise, including a discussion on emerging training requirements and new operational concepts, as well as a guided tour of JWC’s high-end training facilities.
Activated in 2013, Multinational Joint Headquarters Ulm is the successor of the former Response Forces Operations Command. The mission of the Ulm Command is to plan and exercise command and control of global crisis management operations as tasked by the UN, NATO or the EU. Within the NATO Force Structure, the Ulm Command serves as a Deployable Joint Task Force Headquarters or Joint Force Headquarters. Lieutenant General Rossmanith took command here in December 2012.
Lieutenant General Richard Rossmanith is welcomed to the JWC by Major General Andrzej Reudowicz. Photo by Maj Stephen Olsen, NOR A, PAO.