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North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) International Commands
The NATO military command structure comprises two main strategic commands. Allied Command Operations (ACO) and Allied Command Transformation (ACT, which works closely with the US Joint Forces Command). Their subordinate centers, also listed, change as their security measures evolve.

ALLIED COMMAND OPERATIONS (ACO)
Headquarters: Casteau, Belgium Supreme Allied Commander, Europe {SACEUR): Adm. lames G. Stavridis. USN (2 Jul 2009- )

SUBORDINATE OPERATIONAL COMMANDS
Allied Joint Force Command (JFCI Brunssum, JFC Headquarters: Brunssum, Netherlands
Commander in Chief: Gen. Egon Ramms (Army, Germany) (26 Jan 2007- )
Allied Joint Force Command (JFC) Naples,
JFC Headquarters: Naples, Italy Commander in Chief: Adm. Mark Fitzgerald (USN)
(30 Nov 2007- )
Allied Joint Command (JC) Lisbon,
JC Headquarters: Oeiras, Portugal Commander in Chief: Gen. Philippe Stoltz (Army. France) (20 Jul 2009- )

ALLIED COMMAND TRANSFORMATION (ACT)
Headquarters: Norfolk VA
Supreme Allied Commander. Transformation (SACT): Gen. Stephane Abrial (Air Force. France) (29 Jul 2009- .)

SUBORDINATE CENTERS AND SCHOOLS

Joint Analysis and Lessons Learned Centre (JALLC),
Monsanto,. Portugal Joint Force Training Centre (JFTC), Bydgoszcz. Poland Joint Warfare Centre (JWC), Stavanger, Norway NATO Communications and Information Systems
School (NCISS), Latina, Italy NATO Defense College (NDC), Rome,. Italy NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training
Centre (NMIOTC), Chania, Greece NATO School, Oberammergau, Germany NATO Undersea Research Centre (NURC), La Spezia,
Italy.