Army Command (Germany)

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Army Command
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Kommando Heer (Kdo H)
KdoH.svg
Active 1 October 2012
Country  Germany
Branch Bundeswehr Logo Heer with lettering.svg German Army
Type High command
Size 600 staff
Headquarters Strausberg
Commanders
Inspector of the Army Generalleutnant Jörg Vollmer
Deputy Inspector of the Army Generalleutnant Carsten Jacobson
Chief of Staff Generalmajor Alfons Mais

The Army Command (German: Kommando Heer, Kdo H) is the high command of the German Army of the Bundeswehr. The command also is the staff of the Inspector of the Army, the Army's highest commander, who is considered its chief. It was formed in 2012, as a merger of the Army Office (Heeresamt), Army Staff (Führungsstab des Heeres), and Army Forces Command (Heeresführungskommando), as part of a larger reorganization of the Bundeswehr. It is based at the Struzberg-Kaserne in Strausberg, Brandenburg.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Grundhoff, Peter (2012). "Das Kommando Heer (Kdo Heer)" (PDF). Hardthöhenkurier (in German) (2): 31–33. 

Coordinates: 52°35′27″N 13°55′11″E / 52.5908°N 13.9196°E / 52.5908; 13.9196