• Swift ResponseNearly 1,100 airborne soldiers from four nations jumped into Hohenfels Training Areas.
  • Lightning StrikeGrizzly Team had the experience, assets and quick-response skills to get the casualties to paramedics.
  • Armenian Medics Armenians conducted a medical joint combat maneuver exercise during Saber Junction 16.
About Us

Headquartered in Hohenfels, Germany, the Joint Multinational Readiness Center provides fixed and mobile training.

Mission | Leaders | History


Preparing U.S., NATO and partner-nation forces to execute Unified Land Operations and contingency missions.



Located among the highest concentration of U.S. Allies and Partners, we're the only Army Combat Training Center outside the continental U.S.


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In Focus

Swift Response 16

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In Quotes

Lt. Gen. Ben HodgesOn the Joint Multinational Readiness Center: "I think that this training center...best leadership lab in the Army. An opportunity for young men and women to solve tough problems. "

-Commanding General
U.S. Army Europe
Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges
Jan. 27, 2015

By the Numbers

Joint Multinational Simulation Center12,087 multinational soldiers trained at our Hohenfels Training Area in fiscal year 2014. That's 48% of all the soldiers that trained here.