U.S. Army Europe conducts and/or participates in exercises across Europe. U.S. Army Europe will lead or co-lead an exercise, a major unit of U.S. Army Europe will lead or co-lead and exercise or U.S. Army Europe will participate in exercise. Each exercises is a separate entity, but many utilize a common scenario focused on furthering partner capacity while improving interoperability and readiness with our NATO allies and partners.
A biennial, joint, multinational exercise co-led by the Georgian Defense Forces and U.S. Army Europe. Approximately 3,300 military personnel from 14 allied and partner forces will participate from the following nations: Belgium, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Romania, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Allied Spirit is a 7th Army Training Command conducted, U.S. Army Europe multinational exercise series that focuses on tactical interoperability and testing secure communications among NATO alliance members.
The current iteration of Allied Spirit is linked to DEFENDER-Europe 20 Plus and will take place in Poland.
More than 5,000 service members from 17 nations participate in exercise Combined Resolve at U.S. Army Europe’s Grafenwöhr and Hohenfels training areas to build readiness and interoperability, promote regional stability, and enhance relationships and trust among allied and partner militaries.
A deployment of troops from the United States to Europe. Once in Europe, U.S. service members - with the support of and in conjunction with NATO allies and partners - will draw Army Prepositioned Stock in Europe and participate in various exercises to build readiness and interoperability with our allies and partners.
Dragoon Ready is designed to assess the readiness of 2nd Cavalry Regiment to execute unified land operations. Nearly 3,000 Soldiers from the 2nd Cavalry Regiment, based in Rose Barracks, Germany, will participate in the exercise at the U.S. Army’s Grafenwöhr and Hohenfels training areas.
Exercise Dynamic Front is a multinational exercise conducted by U.S. Army in Europe and is designed to improve allied and partner nation ability to deliver long-range fires capabilities. Approximately 3,200 participants from 27 nations will take part in operations during the live-fire portion of exercise Dynamic Front at the U.S. Army’s Grafenwöhr Training Area, Germany; as well as in Riga, Latvia; and Torun, Poland.
A multinational exercise, co-led by Croatian Armed Forces, Slovenian Armed Forces and U.S. Army Europe. Immediate Response takes place at various locations throughout host nations Croatia, Hungary and Slovenia. Logistics focused, the exercise is designed to test and improve the ability to move forces and equipment rapidly from one location to another.
A Georgian Armed Forces and U.S. Army Europe cooperatively-led exercise conducted at the Vaziani and Camp Norio Training Areas in Georgia, intended to support and enhance the readiness and interoperability of Georgia, the U.S. and participating nations during multinational training operations.
Rapid Trident is an annual, multinational exercise that serves as the validation for Ukraine's Ministry of Defense unit currently undergoing at the Ukrainian-led Combat Training Center, under the advisement of allied and partner nations. Exercise Rapid Trident involves approximately 3,700 personnel from 14 nations.
An exercise co-led by Romanian Land Forces and U.S. Army Europe at various locations in Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania. Included among the many different training events at Saber Guardian, there are vehicle road marches, a medical exercise, multiple river crossings and an air assault. Saber Guardian is designed to improve the integration of multinational combat forces.
Saber Junction is a 7th Army Training Command-conducted, U.S. Army Europe-directed annual exercise designed to assess the readiness of the U.S. Army's 173rd Airborne Brigade to execute unified land operations in a joint, combined environment, and to promote interoperability with participating ally and partner nations.
An annual combined-joint exercise conducted at various locations throughout Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. About 18,000 participants from 19 different countries take part. The combined training prepares allies and partners to respond to regional crises and meet their own security needs by improving the security of borders and countering threats together.
A U.S. Army Europe-directed exercise led by the U.S. Global Response Force at various locations in Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania. Swift Response demonstrates the strategic employment of the Global Response Force and validates U.S. European Command’s ability to send high readiness forces into a designated area while advancing airborne interoperability among NATO allies.