The North Atlantic Council approved Tuesday the nomination of General Christopher G. Cavoli, United States Army, to the post of Supreme Allied Commander Europe.
General Cavoli is currently serving as Commander, United States Army Europe and Africa.
Upon completion of national confirmation processes, he will take up his appointment as the successor to General Tod D. Wolters, United States Air Force, at a change of command ceremony at the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe in Mons, Belgium, expected in the summer of 2022.
Cavoli assumed command of the consolidated U.S. Army Europe and Africa October 2020. From January 2018 until the consolidation, Gen. Cavoli served as the commander of U.S. Army Europe. He also served as the Deputy Commander of Regional Command West in Herat, Afghanistan, and as the Deputy Commanding General for Operations at 82nd Airborne Division.