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  • The EU "rapid reaction force" is commanded by Lieutenant General Jean-Louis Py of France, who became commander of the grandiloquently titled "Eurocorps" last September.

    All glory but no muscle

  • "Eurocorps", will be operational by 1995 and is based in the

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The troops - drawn from the Eurocorps member states of Germany, France, Spain, Belgium and Luxembourg - then stood to attention to a full orchestral and choral rendition of Ode to Joy.

    Don't talk to the Eurosceptics

  • Eurocorps directly commands the 5,000-man Franco-German Brigade, the Multinational Command Support Brigade, and EUFOR, which took over from SFOR in Bosnia in December 2004.

    European Union

  • The EU also said that a joint Franco-German Eurocorps would be the backbone of an expanded pan-European rapid deployment force.

    Getting Serious?

  • No idea presented by me or our Prime Minister or to do with the Eurocorps, some sort of European military presence, this has nothing to do with our very strong attachment to NATO, our membership of NATO, the membership of most of the EU member countries to NATO, though there are exceptions, there are some EU members who are not in NATO.

    President Kaczynski goes to London

  • This has nothing to do with each other, NATO is the foundation whether a Eurocorps is set up or not.

    President Kaczynski goes to London

  • Well we are in favour of setting up a Eurocorps and we believe that should it exist it should be a part of NATO, no doubt about it.

    President Kaczynski goes to London

  • Some 78 soldiers, NCOs and officers have been trained hard to march in perfect order and, because different nations means different kinds of drill, a specific "Eurocorps drill" is taught and co-ordinated by national Drill Control Teams.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • Eurocorps has been on the march, parading in Strasbourg and in Brussels, joining in the Belgian national day celebrations, "honouring the 50th anniversary of the European Community".

    Archive 2007-08-01


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