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NATO Rapid Deployable Corps - Spain Headquarters

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11 contributing nations

Contributing countries

France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States and Spain


Welcome to the NATO Rapid Deployable Corps - Spain Headquarters (HQ NRDC-ESP) website. This Headquarters is one of the nine Graduated Readiness Forces (Land) HQs that make up the NATO Force Structure. 

The HQ NRDC-ESP is the international part of the Spanish High Readiness Land Military Staff HQ (CGTAD in Spanish), and it represents the Spain’s main commitment to NATO.

With Spain as framework nation, currently eleven nations are part of the HQ: France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States and Spain. This multinational environment provided by its almost four hundred military personnel from different nations is the key factor that enables this Headquarters to successfully carry out all its assigned missions as tasks.

Through this website, you will have the opportunity to learn about our history, organization, mission, facilities and our daily activities.

We hope you find useful information in our website.

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LTG García-Vaquero during the ceremony

miércoles 8 de enero de 2020

Lieutenant General García-Vaquero takes command of HQ NRDC-ESP

Lieutenant General Fernando García-Vaquero took command of the Headquarters NATO Rapid Deployable Corps Spain (NRDC-ESP) during a ceremony presided over by the Chief of the Spanish Army, General Francisco Javier Varela Salas.

11 Allied nations participate in the march

jueves 7 de noviembre de 2019

A 70 kilometer march and a military parade to commemorate the NATO’s 70th anniversary in Valencia.

On the 7th of November, about 400 personnel from eleven different allied nations participated in a march to commemorate the NATO’s 70th Anniversary.