SACLANT


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SACLANTSupreme Allied Commander, Atlantic
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But by this time the Cold War was over, Striking Fleet had left the Norwegian Sea, and SACLANT was no longer interested.
In addition, SACLANT is charged with force experimentation and integration by NATO and with transformational thinking in parallel with JFCOM.
Colbert's first assignment after he reported to SACLANT was to establish the Iberian-Atlantic Command.
MCCIS entered operational service in 1992 and has been subsequently maintained on an evolutionary basis by SACLANT.
Naval Research Laboratory, NATO SACLANT Undersea Research Center, Yale University, Columbia University and Boston University.