US Army Lieutenant Colonel Frank L. Andrews, JWC’s Training Support Branch Chief, was presented the NATO Meritorious Service Medal on Friday, 5 February by German Army Major General Reinhard Wolski, for distinguished service to NATO while serving at the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) in Stavanger, Norway.
U.S. Air Force Lieutenant General Jeffrey G. Lofgren, Deputy Chief of Staff for Capability Development, Headquarters Allied Command Transformation (ACT), visited the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Friday 29 January.
An Operational Liaison and Reconnaissance Team (OLRT) under the command of Romanian Army Major General Tomita-Catalin Tomescu, the Deputy Commander of NATO Rapid Deployable Corps-Turkey (NRDC-TUR), deployed to Stavanger from 8 to 15 January to conduct the operational-level Crisis Response Planning (CRP) phase for exercise TRIDENT JAGUAR 2016 (TRJR16).
The 13th Conference on Civil Protection (Samfunnssikkerhetskonferansen 2016) was held at the University of Stavanger (UiS) on Wednesday, 6 January.
Royal Norwegian Navy Captain Tor-Fredrik Johannessen, the Commanding Officer of HNoMS Harald Haarfagre and U.S. Air Force Brigadier General Roger Watkins, JWC’s Deputy Commander and Chief of Staff, signed on 8 December a new Local Arrangement between HNoMS Harald Haarfagre and the Centre.
Headquarters NATO Allied Air Command kicked off Exercise TRIDENT JET Dec. 7 here in Ramstein Air Base (Germany), executing the Alliance’s first vignette-based, senior leader-focused Joint Headquarters assessment.
Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT), French Air Force General Denis Mercier, visited the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Monday, 9 November 2015.
Czech Republic Army General Petr Pavel, the Chairman of NATO's Military Committee, paid a visit to NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre on Sunday, 11 October 2015.
This special edition of the Three Swords News "Spotlight" includes an exclusive interview with the NATO Secretary General, Mr Jens Stoltenberg. The interview was conducted on 12 October 2015.
The NATO Secretary General Mr Jens Stoltenberg paid a visit to NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre on Monday, 12 October 2015.
Mr Stoltenberg was in Stavanger today on the occasion of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly’s 61st Annual Session where he addressed the parliamentarians arriving from 28 NATO member countries as well as delegates from partner countries.
Italian Rear Admiral Francesco Covella, the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations from the Headquarters Naval Striking and Support Forces NATO (STRIKFORNATO) visited the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Thursday, 8 October.
On Monday, 12 October 2015, the NATO Secretary General Mr. Jens Stoltenberg will deliver a keynote speech at the 61 Plenary Session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Stavanger, Norway.
The largest and most ambitious NATO exercise in over a decade, TRIDENT JUNCTURE 15, kicked off at Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Saturday, 3 October.
In order to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of German reunification, the German Senior National Representative, Colonel Peter M. Baierl and the German contingent based in Stavanger, Norway, hosted a festive reception on 3 October for all JWC staff, represented by 16 Nations, and their families.
French Air Force General, Denis Mercier was appointed Supreme Allied Commander Transformation during a change of command ceremony held on 30 September at the Half Moone Terminal in Norfolk, Virginia (USA).
An intensive training programme awaits TRIDENT JUNCTURE 15 (TRJE 15) Exercise Control (EXCON) participants from 28 September to 2 October, prior to the two-week execution phase of the Command Post Exercise (CPX) which will take place at the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) in Stavanger, Norway.
NATO’s exercise planners, training providers and Education and Training (E&T) specialists met 15-18 September at the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) in Stavanger, Norway, in order to engage in extensive deliberations on how best to optimize NATO’s training requirements for current and future exercises scheduled for the next three to five calendar years.
The collaboration through CWIX allows NATO and Nations to better address technical interoperability issues well in advance of an operational deployment, thereby, reducing the risk of impact on operations, resource requirements and system failure in theatre.