The European Military was formed as a progression of the EU Battle group concept. The intention was to create a vertical force capable of power-projection, rapid deployment and peacekeeping operations.
The force was effectively built around its ground forces, all other aspects were based around helping them to operate or were created to protect these assets.
The European navy was effectively a single carrier battle group. It was based around its aircraft carrier. All other ships were for the protection and support of this ship.
1; Queen Elisabeth class Aircraft Carrier, EMS Europa. The center piece of the European Navy the Europa was a modified version of the UK's Queen Elizabeth-class, with modifications including a vertical missile launch system (at the demand of the French) and the inclusion of electromagnetic catapults, arrestor wires and an angled flight deck in order to operate naval Eurofighter Typhoons. Air Group, 33 Eurofighters, two Airborne Early Warning craft and five Merlin helicopters.
Two Mistral-class, used to deploy Marines.
Escorts/Surface warfare fleet
Anti-air defense was provided by four Horizon-class guided missile destroyers
Four Horizon-class guided missile destroyers, Provided anti-air defense
Eight FREMM-class frigates, four anti-submarine variants and four General Purpose variants
Three Type 212
Patrol and counter measures
15 Sea class ocean caarble patrol vessels (FSC C3).
Main battle tank = Leopard 2