National and NATO senior amphibious and maritime leaders conducted a command and control (C2) wargame from 19 to 21 June 2018 at NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) in Stavanger, Norway.
June 13th marked the 15th Anniversary of Supreme Allied Command Transformation Headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia.
The After Action Review on Monday 11 June marked the end of the JAGUAR exercise series and the second iteration of exercise TRIDENT JAGUAR 2018, which was conducted simultaneously in Stavanger, Norway and in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Naval Basic Training Centre Harald Hårfagre, more commonly known as “Camp Madla”, celebrated its 70th anniversary at its premises in the historic fjord of Hafrsfjord on Thursday, June 7, 2018.
NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) welcomed a new Deputy Commander and Chief of Staff, United States Navy Rear Admiral James A. “Jim” Kirk, during an all-hands call held at the Centre’s Harald Haarfagre Auditorium on Thursday, 24 May 2018.
On 15 May 2018, Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) concluded the execution phase of the first iteration of Exercise TRIDENT JAGUAR 2018 (TRJR18) for Multi National Joint Headquarters Ulm (MNJHQ ULM) and their attached Joint Logistics Support Group (JLSG). The computer-assisted/command post exercise (CAX/CPX) was directed by Polish Army Major General Andrzej Reudowicz, Commander JWC.
The Chief of the Defence Staff of the British Armed Forces, Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach GBE KCB ADC DL, visited NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre on Friday, 4 May 2018.
The Main Events List/Main Incidents List (MEL/MIL) Incident Development Workshop for NATO Exercise TRIDENT JUNCTURE 2018 (TRJE18) took place from 16 to 20 April at Joint Warfare Centre’s training facility in Stavanger, Norway.
United Kingdom Air Vice Marshal Bruce H. Hedley MBE MA, Director Joint Warfare, Joint Forces Command, visited NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Wednesday, 18 April 2018.
The Royal Netherlands Army Lieutenant General Jan Broeks, Director General of NATO International Military Staff, visited the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Tuesday, 10 April to receive an overview of the Centre and its current activities.
The Main Events List/Main Incidents List (MEL/MIL) Scripting Workshop for exercise TRIDENT JAGUAR 2018 (TRJR18) was conducted from 12 to 21 March at the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) in Stavanger.
Exercise TRJR18 will train and evaluate Multinational Joint Headquarters Ulm (MNJHQ ULM) and NATO Rapid Deployable Corps – Greece (NRDC-GR) this spring. The exercise will train and certify both NRDC-GR and MNJHQ ULM respectively and independently as NATO Joint Task Force (JTF) headquarters for Non-Article 5, Land-heavy Small Joint Crisis Response Operations (SJOs) under direct command of SACEUR.
A delegation from the Polish National Security Bureau, headed by Mr Pawel Soloch, visited the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Wednesday 21 March 2018. Mr Soloch, Chief of the Polish National Security Bureau was accompanied by amongst others the Director of Polish National Security Bureau’s Armed Forces Department, Brigadier General Jaroslaw Kraszewski.
The delegation was welcomed by Polish Army Major General Andrzej Reudowicz, JWC Commander.
His Excellency Mr Jean-François Dobelle, the French Ambassador to Norway, accompanied by the French Defence Attaché Commander Laurent Binois, visited the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Friday, 16 March.
On arrival, the delegation was greeted by Polish Army Major General Andrzej Reudowicz, JWC Commander, and French Army Lieutenant General Thierry Corbet, Rapid Reaction Corps France (RRC-FR) Commander.
U.S. Navy Admiral James G. Foggo, Commander, Allied Joint Force Command Naples (JFC Naples) and Commander, Naval Forces Europe-Africa visited NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Wednesday, 28 February 2018. He was welcomed by Polish Army Major General Andrzej Reudowicz, Commander JWC.
On Tuesday 27 February, a delegation from Fuehrungsakademie der Bundeswehr (German Staff College of the Joint Armed Forces), led by Colonel (GS) Christian Musche, paid an official visit to NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) in Stavanger, Norway.
Since the moment the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) was described as “the Jewel in the Crown of Allied Command Transformation”1, delivery of quality training, doctrinal and concept integration, experimentation in exercises as well as support to NATO’s Lessons Learned process were inextricably intertwined. Back then, the Centre was manned at about 55 per cent of its authorized Peacetime Establishment. Lacking its own physical facilities in Jåttå, it headed to Ulsnes, a former hub for naval activity, to host its inte rim training facility, which was possible thanks to the support received from Host Nation Norway.
Paul Sewell, responsible for the JWC’s Organizational Development and Culture, briefed on Monday, 5 February on the preliminary results from last year’s annual climate survey. The survey, which has now been used for four years serves as a “temperature check” from the staff on how the organization is functioning.
NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) is celebrating its 15th anniversary throughout 2018 with key anniversary events, including a special Summer Family Day and the main anniversary ceremony on 23 October.
The operational-level Crisis Response Planning (CRP) phase for Exercise TRIDENT JAGUAR 2018 (TRJR 18) has been ongoing since 9 January and will continue until 26 January 2018 in various locations across Europe.