Colonel Catalin TiculescuJune 2015 - August 2017
Colonel Catalin Ticulescu was the first commander of the first NATO Headquarters in Romania.Under the command of Colonel Ticulescu and alongside the Host Nation, NFIU Romania reached Initial Capability in January 2016 and Final Capability during the Warsaw NATO Summit, in July 2016. Together with the NFIU Romania multinational team, Colonel Ticulescu set the foundation for the Host Nation coordination and cooperation procedures, which were tested and validated during the largest NATO exercise in Romania to date, Noble Jump 2017.
Lieutenant Colonel Emil BoboceaAugust 2017 - March 2018
Lieutenant Colonel Emil Bobocea was acting commander of NATO Force Integration Unit between August 2017 and March 2018. While in office, Lieutenant Colonel Emil Bobocea has ensured continuity and contributed to improving the relationship with Host Nation and with other NATO Command Structure (NCS) and NATO Force Structure (NFS) Headquarters.
Lieutenant Colonel José Luis MatéJanuary 2016 - January 2017
Lieutenant Colonel José Luis Maté was the first Spanish Armed Forces Officer to occupy a position in NFIU ROU. He participated in the application of the NFIU Implementation Plan and contributed to reaching the Final Capability status in June 2016. His expertise and leadership were essential during the planning of exercise Noble Jump 17.
Lieutenant Colonel Luis Manuel Jiménez MeleroJanuary 2017 - July 2017
As the Deputy Commander of NFIU ROU, Lieutenant Colonel Luis Manuel Jiménez Melero contributed greatly to the success of the multinational exercise Noble Jump 17. He participated in the execution of the largest NATO exercise in 2017, Noble Jump, and helped in testing and validating the procedures applied in relation with the Host Nation and led the lessons identified process in order to ensure the procedures are updated and improved.