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After serving at the Panzergrenadiertroops he became the adjutant of the Chief of Staff of the German Army in 1982 and to the [[Chief of Staff, Bundeswehr|Chief of Staff of the Federal Armed Forces]] in 1984.
 
After serving at the Panzergrenadiertroops he became the adjutant of the Chief of Staff of the German Army in 1982 and to the [[Chief of Staff, Bundeswehr|Chief of Staff of the Federal Armed Forces]] in 1984.
 
 
Stöckmann commanded Panzerbrigade 15 in [[Koblenz]] from 1986 to 1989 and became the Head of the Personnel, Training and Leadership Development Department at Army Headquarters in Bonn. He commanded the 5 Panzerdivision in [[Diez, Germany|Diez on the Lahn]] in 1991-1993 and was promoted to [[Generalleutnant]] in 1993, when he was appointed the Chief of Staff and Deputy Commander at the Headquarters of the [[Allied Land Forces Central Europe]] in Heidelberg.<ref name=nato/>
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Stöckmann commanded Panzerbrigade 15 in [[Koblenz]] from 1986 to 1989 and became the Head of the Personnel, Training and Leadership Development Department at Army Headquarters in [[Bonn]]. He commanded the 5 Panzerdivision in [[Diez, Germany|Diez on the Lahn]] in 1991-1993 and was promoted to [[Generalleutnant]] in 1993, when he was appointed the Chief of Staff and Deputy Commander at the Headquarters of the [[Allied Land Forces Central Europe]] in Heidelberg.<ref name=nato/>
 
 
 
In 1996, now in the rank of a General, he became Commander-in-Chief, Allied Forces Central Europe<ref name=nato/> (CINCCENT) and the Chief of Staff of [[Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe]] (SHAPE) on 1 April 1998. On 17 September 2001 Stöckmann was promoted to Deputy Commander, Supreme Allied Command Europe, a position he held until his retirement on 30 September 2002.<ref>[http://www.bmvg.de/portal/a/bmvg/kcxml/04_Sj9SPykssy0xPLMnMz0vM0Y_QjzKLd4k38TQASYGZbub6kTCxoJRUfV-P_NxUfW_9AP2C3IhyR0dFRQDbb45Q/delta/base64xml/L2dJQSEvUUt3QS80SVVFLzZfRF80STA!?yw_contentURL=%2FC1256F1200608B1B%2FW26DYG3W787INFODE%2Fcontent.jsp German Department of Defense]</ref>
 
In 1996, now in the rank of a General, he became Commander-in-Chief, Allied Forces Central Europe<ref name=nato/> (CINCCENT) and the Chief of Staff of [[Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe]] (SHAPE) on 1 April 1998. On 17 September 2001 Stöckmann was promoted to Deputy Commander, Supreme Allied Command Europe, a position he held until his retirement on 30 September 2002.<ref>[http://www.bmvg.de/portal/a/bmvg/kcxml/04_Sj9SPykssy0xPLMnMz0vM0Y_QjzKLd4k38TQASYGZbub6kTCxoJRUfV-P_NxUfW_9AP2C3IhyR0dFRQDbb45Q/delta/base64xml/L2dJQSEvUUt3QS80SVVFLzZfRF80STA!?yw_contentURL=%2FC1256F1200608B1B%2FW26DYG3W787INFODE%2Fcontent.jsp German Department of Defense]</ref>

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