Stavanger, Norway – NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) conducted the first Rehearsal of Concept (ROC) Drill for TRIDENT JUPITER 2019 Exercise Campaign on 7-8 May 2019.
Stavanger, Norway – British Army Lieutenant General Stuart Skeates CBE, Deputy Commander of Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum (JFC Brunssum), visited NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Monday 13 May in preparation for Exercise TRIDENT JUPITER 2019.
A delegation from the Atlantic Council of the United States (ACUS) visited NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Friday 10 May 2019.
Given the current and future operational environment, Alliance leaders will have to apply sufficient resources and focused attention on warfare development to ensure NATO remains relevant and ready to successfully prevail against all potential adversaries and threats.
NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre hosted a wargame on 11 April 2019 to validate the scenario which will be used in Exercise STEADFAST JUPITER-JACKAL 2020.
On the eve of the meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers in Washington D.C., a “NATO Engages” conference took place on Wednesday (3 April 2019) to discuss “the Alliance at 70”.
NATO’s Information Knowledge Management (IKM) subject matter experts convened at the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) in Stavanger, Norway, to discuss current developments and the way ahead in the planning and execution of pivotal IKM functions and services for NATO.
This April NATO celebrates the 70th anniversary of the Washington Treaty of 1949.
Royal Navy Vice Admiral Paul Bennett CB OBE, Allied Command Transformation (ACT) Chief of Staff, visited the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Wednesday 20 March to open and attend the Human Capital Development Workshop hosted by the JWC.
The U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Norway, H.E. Kenneth J. Braithwaite, visited NATO's Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Tuesday, 19 March 2019.
On 14 March, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg presented his Annual Report for 2018. The Report, he says, “shows that NATO continues to modernise”.
The Defence Attachés of ten NATO member countries accredited to Norway paid a familiarization visit to the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Tuesday, 12 March 2019. The delegation was warmly welcomed by Polish Army Major General Andrzej Reudowicz, Commander JWC.
NATO Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) hosted a Main Events List/Main Incidents List (MEL/MIL) Strategy Workshop in support of the linked Command Post Exercises “TRIDENT JUPITER 2019-1” and “TRIDENT JUPITER 2019-2” (TRJU19-1 & 2) from February 12 to 14, 2018, in Stavanger, Norway.
To be a highly qualified and customer-oriented training centre for NATO and the Nations, IM/C4 frameworks, architectures and capabilities, including specific exercise, training, education and functional services, must be state-of-the-art and tailored to the unique mission of the JWC.
British Army Major General Karl Ford CBE, Deputy Chief of Staff (Plans) at Joint Force Command Brunssum (JFC Brunssum), and British Army Brigadier General Mark Kenyon OBE, Head, Joint Force Training and Integration at the Directorate of Joint Warfare, British Joint Forces Command, visited NATO Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Tuesday 22 January 2019.
NATO Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) held its annual International Day celebration in Jåttå, Stavanger, on Sunday 20 January 2019.
Norwegian Air Force Major General Inge Kampenes, Commander of the Norwegian Cyber Defence (Cyberforsvaret); Mr Christian-Marc Lifländer, Head of the Cyber Defence Section at NATO Headquarters and Norwegian Army Major Ingrid Hernes, Staff Officer at NATO Cyberspace Operations Centre, visited the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Tuesday 18 December 2018 to give a series of lectures on cyber defence.
The 2019 Societal Safety and Protection Conference (Samfunnssikkerhetskonferansen 2019) will take place at the University of Stavanger (UiS) on Thursday 3 January 2019.
NATO Allies and Partner Nations concluded TRIDENT JUNCTURE 2018 Computer-Assisted Command Post Exercise (CAX/CPX) on 22 November 2018 at nine different exercise locations throughout Europe, including Italy (Naples and Taranto); Norway (Stavanger, Jørstadmoen, Bodø, Oslo); Belgium (Mons); Germany (Ramstein); and at sea, on board ITS ETNA, an Italian Navy flagship.
The Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) Computer Assisted Exercise (CAX) Support Branch is responsible for providing a compelling synthetic battlefield. Over the fifteen years that the Centre has conducted its core business of exercise delivery, the simulation environment has evolved based on the changing needs of the NATO Alliance.