Exercise JOINT EAGLE 2014, an International exercise involving approximately 2.000 troops conducted in Lecce and Ferrara.
On return from Afghanistan, the HQ focused on the reintegration into the HQ Core procedures and processes.
HQ priorities for 2012 were to set the conditions for a successful deployment to Afghanistan while, at the same time, the HQ was to focus on the other key objective to develop the JOINT TASK FORCE HQ capability and establish a JOINT LOGISTIC SUPPORT GROUP HQ Communications Support Element (CSE) by the end of 2014.
In the second semester of 2011, after the NRF stand-by period, NRDC-ITA HQ turned its structure from Land Component Command (LCC) to Corps: to this aim, Exercise Eagle Roster 11 was planned.
NATO Rapid Deployable Corps in Italy (NRDC-ITA), from 12th to 13th of July 2011 hosted “Eagle Mercury 2011”, a planned activity within the training cycle of the HQ for the year 2011, focused on issues related to Cyber Security and Command and Control Systems.
The culmination of the 2010 training year saw NRDC-ITA participate in Ex STEADFAST JUNO 10, a demanding command post exercise involving a number of the NATO headquarters around Europe.
In preparation for the forthcoming NATO High Readiness Force commitment HQ NRDC-ITA have recently completed Ex NOBLE LIGHT 2010.
“EAGLE EYE 2010”, a geo-strategic studies seminary, was held at the “U.MARA” barracks in Solbiate Olona, Italy, the headquarters of the NATO Rapid Deployable Corps Italy (NRDC-ITA), commanded by General Gian Marco CHIARINI.
The Exercise is one of the annual training activities to keep NRDC-ITA at a high level of readiness.
Personnel from the Headquarters were able to visit the battlefields and see the train over which the fighting occurred.
The past ten days have seen a change to the normal calm of SOLBIATE OLONA, the home of the NATO Rapid Deployable Corps Italy.
Eagle Tour ’07, the yearly (NRDC-ITA) battlefield tour (BT), took place in France and Belgium, throughout the Ardennes region, in the area of Fermont, Villy la Fertè, Sedan, Monthermè, Dinant, Stonne and Noyers Pont Maugis.
HQ NRDC-ITA today completed Exercise EAGLE NEST 3. This Command Post Exercise was designed to integrate recent newcomers to the Headquarters into the operational staff processes.
Representatives of NRDC-ITA HQ attended exercise EAGLE TREK 2007 from 24th September to 1st October 2007, whose aim was first to familiarize the participants with the mountain environment, and second to implement a team building aspect.
The NATO Rapid Deployable Corps-Italy (NRDC-IT), based in Milan and Solbiate Olona (Varese), took part in Exercise “Steadfast Jackpot ‘07”.
Today sees the conclusion of Exercise Noble Light 07, which has witnessed the headquarters and assigned units training in Solbiate Olona, Bellinzago Novarese and Civitavecchia.
HQ NRDC-IT shifts its focus to war fighting operations as Exercise EAGLE BLADE 06 gets underway.
As a result of its 10-day Misssion Rehearsal Training at NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) in Stavanger, Norway, HQ NRDC-IT has comfortably met the criteria required to assume command of NATO’s mission in Afghanistan and form the next International Security and Assistance Force in August.
In the final stage of its journey to assume command of ISAF, HQ NRDC-IT has this week deployed to NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) in Stavanger, Norway, to conduct Exercise EAGLE THUNDER from 11 to 23 June.
After months of preparation, HQ NRDC-IT has finally begun its main preparatory exercise for assumption of Headquarters ISAF.
The focus for this year’s Ex DG04 was the demonstration of the initial operational capability of NATO Response Force (NRF), deploying from 30 Sep-16 Oct 04 with the maritime and amphibious forces affiliated to STRIKEFORNATO
Solbiate Olona, Italy. NATO Rapid Deployable Corps-Italy will take part to a two weeks exercise in a training area close to Civitavecchia, north of Rome, together with the Joint Force Command (JFC) based in Naples.
The exercise represents a good opportunity to improve the command and control (C2) relationships among the land components headquarters and units.
More then 160 staff members of the NRDC-IT Headquarters participated in a major NATO exercise that took place off the west coast of Scotland from 15-26 September 2003.
The NATO Rapid Deployable Corps - Italy (NRDC-IT) deployed Exercise SHARP DAGGER ‘03 at the German Army Warfighting Simulation Centre (GAWSC) in Wildflecken near Wurzburg, Germany, from 22 April to 2 May.
This Exercise represented the Italian Army priority for 2002 and was aimed to exercise HQ NRDC-IT in Deployment, War fighting and Peace Support Operations in order to demonstrate its Full Operational Capability as a High Readiness Force (Land) HQ.
The aim of the exercise was to train HQ NRDC-IT in war fighting and the transition to peace support operations in order to develop the operational effectiveness of the Corps.
A Command post exercise, where HQ NRDC-IT operated as a Land Component Commander in a conventional war fighting scenario.
The aim of the operation was to test MAIN CP's functionality, battle rhythm and procedures in accordance with TACSOPs/TACSOIs.