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On 1st September 2010 a new chapter in the book of European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP) was opened, as the EATC was inaugurated in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.

The establishment of this new multinational command represents a significant step on the way to pooling and sharing national military assets and truly marks an unprecedented level of European defence cooperation.

 

 

 

 

The Netherlands, Belgium, France and Germany have put major parts of their air transport- and air to air refuelling fleets under the operational control (OPCON) of the EATC. On 22 November 2012 Luxembourg officially joined the EATC, Spain followed on 03 July 2014.
Now the missions of almost 150 aircraft are planned, tasked and controlled out of Eindhoven. In addition to that the EATC runs a nationally defined level of responsibility for aircrew training, coordination of training and exercise objectives as well as the harmonization of appropriate air transport regulations of the participating nations. The overall objective is to manage the scarce resource air transport as effectively and efficiently as possible.

 

 

 

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We are connected to:

www.mcce-mil.com


Germany:
www.bundeswehr.de
www.Luftwaffe.de

www.idlw.de

France:
www.defense.gouv.fr
www.defense.gouv.fr/air

 

Luxembourg:

www.armee.lu


The Netherlands
www.defensie.nl
www.defensie.nl/luchtmacht
www.defensie.nl/luchtmacht/luchtmachtbases/eindhoven

www.defensie.nl/cdc/transport

Belgium
www.mil.be
www.mil.be/aircomp

 

Spain

http://www.ejercitodelaire.mde.es/ea/pag


NATO
www.nato.int
www.shape.nato.int

European Union
www.europa.eu
www.eda.europa.eu
www.euroairgroup.org

 

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