Written within the typical form of a military march and inspired by various marching styles from different NATO countries to underline its international character, the march is made up of two contrasting parts:
The convincing technical first part: Characterised by a continuous alternation between minor and major keys, contrasting dynamics and the necessary virtuoso passage work, symbolises JSEC with its responsibilities. In addition, it refers to the strength and tradition of the home of JSEC, the Wilhelmsburg barracks in Ulm.
The milder and more lyrical second part: Recognisable by the lilting melody lines, expresses the noble responsibility that JSEC bears: Supporting its brothers and sisters in arms. This part also represents the harmonious movement, connection and collaboration within Europe. The march ends grandly and cheerfully, as majestic as the Danube River flowing through Ulm.