Decisive Action Training Environment at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center, Volume 3: Multinational Interoperability
Center for Army Lessons Learned Fort Leavenworth United States
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Drawing on its unique and strategically advantageous location at Grafenwoehr, Germany, aswell as its experience in training U.S. Army Europe USAREUR assigned forces, regionally aligned forces RAF, the Global Response Force GRF, and North Atlantic Treaty Organization NATO allies and multinational partners, the Joint Multinational Training Command JMTC is ideally suited to build and sustain readiness. As a component of JMTC, the Joint Multinational Readiness Center JMRC at Hohenfels, Germany, is USAREURs combat training center. The JMRC is a premier venue for up to brigade-level force-on-force training in the decisive action training environment, with rotations routinely featuring several thousand participants from many nations and operating in various capacities. It is a laboratory for experimenting and solving tactical multinational interoperability issues. The JMRC is also the place where U.S. Army tactical units build readiness and learn to interoperate with allies and partners, all while conducting unified land operations to solve tactical problems. The complexities of operating with multinational task organizations routinely offer significant challenges that affect each of the warfighting functions in accomplishing missions.
- Military Forces and Organizations
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics