JWC conducted SFJZ 13 Incident Development Workshop
A total of 145 service members and civilians participated in the “Main Event List/Main Incident List (MEL/MIL) Conference and STARTEX Validation Workshop” from 27 August to 4 September at the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) in preparation for STEADFAST JAZZ 13 (SFJZ 13), which is scheduled for this November.
NCIA Squadron Stavanger takes part in Search & Rescue Exercise
JWC welcomes Newcomers
One of the calendar highlights for August has been the “Newcomers Training”, which was conducted from 20 to 22 August to welcome 50 new staff members and their families to the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC).
NATO Lessons Learned Conference 2013
For ten years JALLC has organized the NATO Lessons Learned Conference, an important event which brings together NATO and National entities, developing a stronger NATO Lessons Learned Community. The theme for this year’s Conference is “Consolidating Lessons, Sharing and Learning”.
JWC is pioneering organizational culture change in NATO
It all started with the anonymous Corporate Culture Profile Survey in January this year, where the JWC staff was invited to submit their observations of what we do well at the JWC and where we could be even better as a transformational entity.
Major General Jerry P. Martinez visited JWC
JWC will celebrate 10 years
Did you know that JWC 10th Anniversary is Wednesday 23 October? Currently, the Joint Warfare Centre has a Peacetime Establishment of 250 personnel and this includes military and civilian staff members from 15 NATO Nations and one PfP Nation: Austria.
New Commander at Camp Madla
Stavanger --- Today's short but very stylish ceremony at the Naval Basic Training Centre Harald Haarfagre (Camp Madla) bid farewell to its Commander since September 2011, Commander Per Skjegstad, and welcomed his successor, Navy Captain Tor Fredrik Johannessen.
JWC Deployable Kit to enable agility in support of exercises
The JWC Deployable Kit, designed and implemented by the NCI Agency Squadron Stavanger (NCST) technicians and engineers in 2012, is a cutting-edge virtualized IT infrastructure that enables the Centre to conduct multi-layered and complex exercises at deployed locations.
Transformation through training and exercises at the operational level
As NATO approaches a change of mission in Afghanistan, a change also begins towards the implementation of the new NATO Command Structure (NCS) and NATO Force Structure (NFS) organisations shifting focus back to collective defence.
The latest issue of The Three Swords now online
The magazine's online edition can be found here: http://www.jwc.nato.int/three-swords-archive/blog
JWC ceremony to mark handover of command
NATO’s top transformational leadership visits JWC
The Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) today welcomed the visit of French Air Force General Jean-Paul Paloméros, NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT) accompanied by Spanish Navy Vice Admiral Javier Gonzáles-Huix, ACT’s newly appointed Deputy Chief of Staff Joint Force Trainer (DCOS JFT), from Norfolk, Virginia, USA.
JWC presents 2012 Outstanding Military Member of the Year award
Royal Norwegian Air Force Sergeant Christer Tjessem, Security Assistant at the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC), was named the Centre's Outstanding Military Member of the Year (MMOY) 2012.
JWC Engineering and Maintenance Staff Presentations
Three Exercise Base Services Division staff have been rewarded for their dedication and commitment to both NATO and The Norwegian Armed Forces after clocking up a total of more than ninety years of service between them.
JWC Change of Command Ceremony
German Army Major General Erhard Bühler will assume responsibility as new Commander of NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre on Tuesday 25 June 2013.
Civilian Development Integration
The Civilian Development Integration (CDI) Course, developed by a small team from the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC), provides functional and inspirational presentations and discussion topics focusing on participants’ personal and professional development skills.
NATO’s Military Committee visits JWC
ISAF TE 13-01 concludes
Today, the Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) successfully completed the first ISAF Mission Rehearsal Training ever conducted in the superior training environment of its new training facility at Jatta, Stavanger.
Rector and faculty member from University of Stavanger visited JWC
Professor Marit Boyesen, Rector of the University of Stavanger, and Professor Kenneth Pettersen, the university’s Head of Centre for Risk Management and Societal Safety, visited NATO’s Joint Warfare Centre (JWC) on Tuesday 4 June.