NATO chooses new Supreme Allied Commander Europe
NATO has chosen a successor to General Philip M. Breedlove at the position of Supreme Allied Commander Europe, the Alliance’s press service reported Friday.
“The North Atlantic Council approved the nomination of General Curtis M. Scaparrotti, United States Army, to the post of Supreme Allied Commander Europe,” according to the Bloc’s website.
General Scaparrotti is currently serving as Commander, United Nations Command, Combined Forces Command, United States Forces Korea.
Breedlove: U.S. needs more resources in Europe to counter RussiaIt is also noted that he will take up his appointment, upon completion of national confirmation processes, at a change of command ceremony at the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe in Mons, Belgium, expected in the spring of 2016.