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1 April 2013| | NATO C2COE
The last year we executed a large number of projects. We were only limited by our small number of personnel and not by the number of projects. The Afghan Mission Network/ Future Mission Network project and the Ocean Shield project were the most important projects related to operations. Furthermore we supported several multinational exercises like Peregrine Sword, Anaconda and Georgia. We contributed to the Above Kandak and Regional Command (North) training events at the Joint Forces Training Command in Bydgoszcz. We briefed at the C3 course in Oberammergau. We were involved in the NATO policy development of the deployable Joint Task Force concept. We also supported Allied Command Transformation (ACT) projects like the Military Strategic Foresight 2030 and several Concept Development & Experimentation projects. We also organized a very successful seminar in Ankara Turkey.
Next year our focus areas will not change. We will focus on support to operations, support to exercises, support to training and education, support to policy development and knowledge development. Together with ACT we will develop the new NNEC criteria model and we will use this tool to assess the NATO Response Force. We will improve the cooperation with the Joint Warfare Centre Stavanger and continue our support to Bydgoszcz and Oberammergau. We will support ACT in several policy development projects. We will put more emphasize on knowledge development within the Centre. We will try to trigger the thinking process of our environment in the field of Command and Control.
In 2013 a lot of people will be replaced. Furthermore a new Estonian officer will join the C2COE. The biggest challenges for the Centre will be the effect of the personnel reductions within the nations and the financial reductions which will influence the available per diem budget.
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