OVERVIEW The Spanish army was reorganized in 2002 under the NORTE (Nueva Organizacion del Ejercito de Tierra) defense plan authorized in 1996. An army general staff was established and the army was restructured into Land Forces and Support Forces. The land forces were then made up of the permanent forces (including the maneuver forces, territorial defense forces and specific forces for joint action) and reserves (defense mobilization forces). Further reorganization began in April...
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