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'''Allied Land Command''' ('''LANDCOM''') is [[NATO]]'s most senior land forces command. It is tasked to support of land forces readiness, competency and standardization, including evaluation and certification; providing a land force planning capability; and, when directed by the [[Supreme Allied Commander Europe]] (SACEUR), provides the core of the headquarters responsible for the conduct of land operations. Based at Izmir, Turkey, the 350-person headquarters will assume the responsibilities of [[Command Component Land Heidelberg|Allied Force Command Heidelberg]] in Germany and [[Force Command Madrid]] in Spain, which are being deactivated as part of NATO’s transformation.
 
'''Allied Land Command''' ('''LANDCOM''') is [[NATO]]'s most senior land forces command. It is tasked to support of land forces readiness, competency and standardization, including evaluation and certification; providing a land force planning capability; and, when directed by the [[Supreme Allied Commander Europe]] (SACEUR), provides the core of the headquarters responsible for the conduct of land operations. Based at Izmir, Turkey, the 350-person headquarters will assume the responsibilities of [[Command Component Land Heidelberg|Allied Force Command Heidelberg]] in Germany and [[Force Command Madrid]] in Spain, which are being deactivated as part of NATO’s transformation.

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