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DoD Proposes to Host NATO Joint Force Command

The Defense Department has proposed to accommodate in Norfolk, Va., a future command that would support NATO operations across the trans-Atlantic region.

DoD said Friday it seeks to host the NATO Joint Force Command for the Atlantic, which the international alliance will establish to help address global security challenges.

NATO intends for the new command to support deterrence, stabilization and defense operations.

The North Atlantic Council is scheduled to hand down a decision on JFC’s location in the summer.

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