NATO’s High Readiness Force Headquarters, NRDC-Italy is taking part in the land-heavy crisis response Small Joint Operation (SJO) exercise, TRIDENT JAGUAR 15 (TRJR 15) at NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre in Stavanger.
Royal Navy Chief Petty Officer Craig Pilley, Staff Assistant at Joint Warfare Centre’s Joint Training Division (JTD), was named the Centre's Military Member of the Year (MMOY) 2014.
Last week, six U.S. soldiers from the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) in Stavanger, Norway, were decorated with the “German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency” in Gold for meeting rigorous proficiency standards.
JWC's latest Three Swords News including an exclusive interview with General Philip M. Breedlove, SACEUR, about exercise TRIDENT JEWEL 15 is now online at the Centre's official YouTube Channel.
Exercise TRIDENT JEWEL 15 (TRJL 15) is designed to provide NATO’s Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM) a realistic training environment to train and test its ability to manage a maritime-heavy, joint multinational Crisis Response Operation.
U.S. Air Force Command Chief Master Sergeant Jack Johnson Jr., Allied Command Transformation (ACT) Senior Enlisted Leader, visited Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Monday, 16 March, to learn more about the Centre’s mission and tasks and meet with the non-commissioned officers (NCOs) assigned to JWC.
The Main Events List/Main Incidents List (MEL/MIL) Incident Development and Scripting Workshops for exercise TRIDENT JAGUAR 15 (TRJR 15) started on 24 February at Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) with participation from Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC), NATO Rapid Deployable Corps – Italy (NRDC-ITA) and NATO Special Operations Headquarters (NSHQ).
Mr Oystein Bo, Secretary of State for the Norwegian Ministry of Defence, made his first visit to NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Tuesday, 3 March 2015.
Developed by Joint Warfare Centre (JWC), NATO’s new training scenario will be launched during the Alliance’s largest exercise this year, TRIDENT JUNCTURE 15 (TRJE 15).
An Operational Liaison and Reconnaissance Team (OLRT) under the command of French Army Brigadier General Eric Roussel from NATO’s Joint Force Command Brunssum (JFC Brunssum), deployed to Stavanger on 8 February to take part in the Crisis Response Planning for exercise TRIDENT JUNCTURE 15 (TRJE 15).
German Army Major General Josef Blotz, Director of Operations Division at NATO’s International Military Staff, made a very informative first-time visit to the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on 9-10 February, meeting with German Army Major General Reinhard Wolski, Commander JWC, senior leaders and members of the staff.
German Army Major General Reinhard Wolski, Commander JWC, awarded the “Non-Article 5” NATO Medal as well as the annual NATO Meritorious Service Medal to two JWC staff members respectively, during an All Hands Call at Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Friday, 6 February.
Royal Navy Vice Admiral Peter Hudson CBE, Commander of NATO’s Allied Maritime Command, (MARCOM) Northwood, visited Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Wednesday, 4 February, in preparation for exercise TRIDENT JEWEL (TRJL 15).
JWC exercises rely heavily on CIS support. This computer-networked infrastructure is essential for both the execution and realism of the exercise.
JWC has started 2015 with a busy schedule. The myriad of training and planning events in Stavanger aims to provide an excellent preparation and coordination of effort for this year’s upcoming operational-level exercises.
The 12th Conference on Civil Protection (Samfunnssikkerhetskonferansen 2015) was held at the University of Stavanger (UiS) on Wednesday, 7 January.
NATO's simulation-driven, joint command post exercise TRIDENT LANCE 14 (TRLE 14) concluded on 12 December in six exercise locations, including Stavanger, Norway.
H.E. Mr. Simmu Tiik, Estonian Ambassador to Norway and Colonel Raul Tonnov, the Estonian Defence Attaché, visited the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Thursday, 11 December.
Major General Reinhard Wolski, Commander Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) and Exercise Director for TRIDENT LANCE 14 (TRLE 14) joined NATO's top echelon and other senior military and civilian officials during the exercise Distinguished Visitors Day, 10 December, at Grafenwoehr training area in Germany.
Exercise TRIDENT LANCE 14 (TRLE 14) started on 30 November, involving nearly 4,000 personnel, with the aim to test NATO's ability to coordinate and execute a NATO-led Article 5 Collective Defence operation in a multinational environment.