The Army Command is the Royal Danish Army's top authority, and directly under the Defence Command. Originally created as the Army Staff, as part of the Danish Defence Agreement 2013–17, which called for major restructuring within the Danish military. It is the successor to Army Operational Command. On 1 January 2019, as part of the Danish Defence Agreement 2018–23, the name was changed to Army Command.
1 January 2019
|Country||Kingdom of Denmark|
|Branch||Royal Danish Army|
|Part of||Defence Command|
|Chief of the Army Command||Major General Michael Anker Lollesgaard|
Army Command structure 2020 edit
- Army Command, in Karup
- Multinational Division North, in Ādaži (Latvia)
- 1st Brigade, in Holstebro
- 2nd Brigade, in Slagelse
- Danish Artillery Regiment, in Oksbøl
- Engineer Regiment, in Skive
- Signal Regiment, in Fredericia
- Train Regiment, in Aalborg
- Intelligence Regiment, in Varde
- Royal Life Guards, in Høvelte
- Guard Hussar Regiment, in Slagelse
- Jutland Dragoon Regiment, in Holstebro
- Schleswig Foot Regiment, in Haderslev
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