NATO

'A New Entity': A Look At NATO's Newest Command

Joint Support and Enabling Command (JSEC) will be one of the first new commands established by NATO since the Cold War.

Forces News has been granted access to one of the first new commands to be established by NATO since the Cold War.

Joint Support and Enabling Command (JSEC) in Ulm, southern Germany, will be declared fully operational on Wednesday.

The headquarters has been designed to speed up and secure the movement of NATO forces across Europe in a crisis.

The new command will include 250 military specialists from more than 20 NATO countries, with a 14-strong British contingent expected to rise to 20.