RRC-FRA is under the lead of Allied Joint Force Command (JFCBS), located in Brunssum, Netherlands. General Jörg Vollmer, Commander JFCBS, has under his authority the land component, air component and maritime component of NRF 22: "Our task as NRF is to safeguard NATO and to deter any possible aggressor."
At the tactical level, JFCBS is supported by a number of component commanders drawn from NATO nations. The Land Component commander for 2022 is Headquarters Rapid Reaction Corps (France), the Maritime Component Commander is Commander United Kingdom Strike Force, and the Air Component Commander is NATO AIRCOM at Ramstein Airbase in Germany, supported by the French Joint Force Air Component.
NRF consists of the full spectrum of military effects, including Special Operations Forces, Counter-CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear) Forces and Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC). Command of Special Operations Forces is provided by Italian Joint Special Forces Operations Headquarters, Counter-CBRN is provided by a French CBRN Battalion and CIMIC by the Multinational CIMIC Group, based in Italy.
Representing the Alliance's NFR 22, soldiers with the French 27nd Mountain Infantry Bde.'s units arrive in Romania marking the first ever deployment of NRF, 28 Feb. 2022 / Photo by RRC-FRA