About Resolute Castle

Exercise Resolute Castle is a U.S. Army Europe and Africa led, multinational, joint exercise which marries U.S. Army Reserve and National Guard, as well as allied and partner nation engineering unit training opportunities with the completion of real world construction projects that enhance training capabilities in various areas of Europe's eastern member-states. Resolute Castle is designed to reinforce regional partnerships and promote interoperability with host nation forces by providing improvements to existing infrastructure.

Resolute Castle 2023 is taking place in Drawsko Pomorskie Training Area, Poland. It increases partner capacity and strengthens capabilities across NATO's eastern member states through real world engineer-related training and the construction of enduring facilities, which enhances NATO's ability to project combat power within Europe.


Press Information
Video by Sgt. 1st Class Timothy Hughes, Pfc. Raekwon Jenkins
US engineers build bypass in Poland
U.S. Army Europe and Africa
Aug. 24, 2020 | 1:20
Soldiers with 15th Engineer Battalion, 18th Military Police Brigade, build a bypass in Trzebien, Poland, during Resolute Castle 20 on Aug 21, 2020. Resolute Castle 20 is a U.S. Army Europe engineering exercise occurring from August 10 – September 8, 2020. It provides engineering training opportunities with the mission of completing construction projects intended to improve existing host nation infrastructure, which includes the construction of an intermediate staging base, a forward arming and refueling point maintenance, the clearing of a helicopter landing zone, and the improvement of a railhead byway and range road at Camp Trzebien, Poland. Additionally, the improvements will include the construction of a general purpose warehouse in Karliki, Poland, and the construction of a fuel system supply point at Drawsko Pomorskie Training Area, Poland.