The 7th ATC consists of seven directorates: Combined Arms Training Center, Grafenwoehr Training Area, International Special Training Centre, Joint Multinational Readiness Center, Joint Multinational Simulation Center, 7th Army NCO Academy and Training Support Activity Europe.
The 7th ATC also maintains training readiness authority over the U.S. Army's 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Cavalry Regiment and the 12th Combat Aviation Brigade.
The 7th ATC provides dynamic training, preparing forces to execute Unified Land Operations and contingencies in support of the Combatant Commands, NATO, and other national requirements. The 7th ATC is a unique institution; efficiently and effectively providing innovative multinational training solutions for an uncertain future.
We are centrally located among the highest concentration of U.S. allies and partners in the world.
By routinely training together at 7th ATC, U.S. and multinational forces build trust, develop interoperability and set the conditions for creating the strong coalitions that will guarantee peace and security in the region.
Serves as religious support training developers and instructors to conduct religious support in a military combat environment and in expeditionary, operational and training missions.
Providing and executing overall human resources (HR) services and administrative support across the command and General Court-Martial Convening Authority footprint.
Provides Intelligence, Foreign Disclosure and Security to maintain and promote a high state of vigilance and threat awareness.
Conducts planning and coordination for the use of training resources to support training requirements.
Providing service and support in the policy, oversight and guidance of the command’s information management program.
Responsible for Resource Management activities within 7th ATC.
Serves as the eyes, ears, and conscience by supporting all elements of the 7th ATC footprint.
M&RA serves as the senior advisory team on all U.S. Army National Guard and Reserve matters.
Responsible for facilitating media requests, releasing public information and telling the Army Story.
Provides correct precedence, courtesy and etiquette in matters of military, diplomatic, or official and celebratory ceremonies.
Provides precise, principled, and prompt legal support to the 7th Army Training Command, associated units, Soldiers, civilians, family members, and retirees.
We maintain training readiness authority over U.S. Army Europe's assigned combat brigades.
We prepare U.S., NATO and partner-nation forces by hosting and supporting U.S. Army Europe exercises.
Approximately 5,630 participants from 15 nations will take part in exercise Allied Spirit X at the 7th Army Training Command's Hohenfels Training Area in southeastern Germany, Mar. 30–Apr. 17, 2019.
More than 5,000 service members from 21 nations will participate in exercise Combined Resolve XII at U.S. Army Europe’s Grafenwöhr and Hohenfels training areas, Aug. 1-27 2019.
Exercise Rapid Trident 2019 will take place Sept. 13-28, 2019, at the International Peacekeeping Security Centre near Yavoriv, Ukraine.
The exercise features approximately 5,400 participants from the U.S. and 15 other ally and partner nations: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Italy, Kosovo, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Turkey, and Ukraine.
We train together and set conditions for peace by hosting and supporting competitions and challenges in our facilities.
The annual multi-day competition, with approximately 30 events, tests multinational sniper squads on land navigation, advanced marksmanship, medical simulations and more.