Commander of the Finnish Army
Lieutenant General Seppo Toivonen serves as the Commander of the Finnish Army. The commander directs the Army and is responsible for developing and maintaining the Army’s operational capabilities for the good of national defence.
Commander of the Finnish Army extends his greetings to the conscripts mustering out from military service
There are over 7.500 conscripts mustering out from military service on Thursday 15th of June .
Commanders of the Finnish Army and the US Army Europe and the senior national representative of the Norwegian detachment met journalists on Friday May 5th.
The Commander of the Finnish Defence Forces General Jarmo Lindberg inspected the Finnish Army Mechanized Arrow 17 exercise and its units on Thursday May 4th.
Invited by the Finnish Army Commander, Lieutenant General Seppo Toivonen, The Commander of the Royal Netherlands Army, Lieutenant General Leo Beulen visited exercise Arrow 17 in Niinisalo 3rd May. Before the exercise, Lt Gen Beulen also visited Kaarti Jaeger Regiment in Helsinki, where he was able to follow the training of Finnish conscripts.