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Transformation through training

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Transformation through training
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Opis vira z dne 8. 5. 2012.

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25 55 58 61 64 2 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS 04 JFTC: The Home of CWIX 08 CWIX from My Perspective 10 The NATO Military Committee Visit to the Capital of the NATO IT World 13 International Gender Flag Officer Seminar at National Defense College 14 Above Kandak OMLT Training Event 12-01: Implementation of the Security Assistance Advisor Team Concept Already in Progress 20 NATO Corner in the Kazimierz Wielki University 22 Security Threats in the Black Sea Balkan Region 25 The NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence On the Way Towards NATO MP Full Interoperability 29 Education in Bulgarian Armed Forces in Support of Security System 32 Experience from OMLT/POMLT In-theater Training 34 Afghanistan Military Education System as a Factor for Rebuilding Governance of the Country 36 Countering Improvised Explosive Devices 38 Kandak Military Advisor Team NATO Training 40 Architecture: Why and How 44 Training Objectives Keeping the Alliance Fit 48 International Lessons Learned Workshop at the Doctrine and Training Centre of the Polish Armed Forces 50 JFTC Maintains the Right Course with Cooperation from the Polish Navy 52 Modelling and Simulation (M&S) within Joint Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Defence Centre of Excellence (JCBRN Defence COE) 55 JFTC SU Commander's Cup Shooting Competition 58 Polish Armed Forces Logistics Day at the JFTC 61 The Bastille Day at the JFTC 64 50 20 4

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 3 Publishing Institution: Joint Force Training Centre Bydgoszcz (JFTC) Managing director: Assistant Editors: Editorial Board: Advisory Committee: Editorial Contact Information: Transformation Through Training Bydgoszcz. The articles published in this magazine represent opinions of their authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy of NATO. Transformation Through Training magazine.

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4 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 JFTC: The Home of CWIX LTC Daniel Pawlak, JFTC CWIX OPR

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 5 ties. years. criteria.

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6 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 ing.

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 7 Command (LCC) and associated systems stress.

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CWIX from My Perspective Interview with Major General Jaap Willemse, the Assistant Chief of Staff Command, Control, Communication, Intelligence (ACOS C4I) at Allied Command Transformation 8 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 Sir, As Assistant Chief of Staff Command, Control, Communication, Intelligence (ACOS C4I) at Allied Command Transformation you are responsible for the NATO Coalition Warrior Interoperability eXploration, eXperimentation, eXamina tion, eXercise (CWIX). In June you visited CWIX 2012 which was held at the JFTC in Bydgoszcz. What does CWIX stand for and can you explain what it is? What is the importance of CWIX for ACT? What is ACTs role in CWIX? How did CWIX get started and what was the reason that it got started? What goes into the planning for such a highly technical event as CWIX?

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 9 Why does NATO need this type of an event? Who are the participants of CWIX? How does CWIX fit into the Alliances essential core tasks ?

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10 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 The NATO Military Committee Visit to the Capital of the NATO IT World 4 21 June 2012 LTC Jaroslav Barilla, Military Assistant to the JFTC Commander

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 11 I am very interested in the outcome of the exercise and I am looking forward to the report. gram. We have no results yet, but we can talk about the success already. We managed to gather all these people here. We have experts representing military and industry here, we have pro grammers. They all communicate with each other, they exchange experience, information and, what is the most important, they have the possibility to examine if the systems they work with are compatible with each other. More than one thousand soldiers from 22 countries

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12 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 participate in this training in Bydgoszcz. Not only do we want to test national forces, but also we want to examine forces which work together in coalition in Afghanistan For almost eight years JFTC has provided state of the art joint tactical level training support to Allied Commanders and their staffs, as well as the military advisory teams in line with its motto: Transformation Through Training. Today, there are numerous Regional Commands and dozens of advisory teams successful ly deployed into the ISAF mission, which were trained here at the JFTC

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 13 actors. Nordic Centre for Gender in Military Operations (NCGM) International Gender Flag Officer Seminar at SWE National Defense College CDR Jan Dunmurray, Commander of the SWEDINT Centre for Gender in Military Operations

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14 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 Above Kandak OMLT Training Event 12-01: Implementation of the Security Assistance Advisor Team Concept Already in Progress Brigadier General Jaromr Z na JFTC Chief of Staff

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 15 Above Kandak OMLT training concept at a glance

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 17 tions. Learning from the experienced

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18 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 Post exercise discussion

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 19 The value of the NATO central ized pre-deployment training

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20 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 NATO Corner in the Kazimierz Wielki University Dr. Kamila Sierzputowska, Kazimierz Wielki University Institute of Political Science

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 21 started. ties.

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22 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 Security Threats in the Black Sea Balkan Region COL Georgi Dimov PhD, Dean of National Security and Defense Faculty

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 23 regional dimensions.

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24 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 tion. an imminent danger. Longer term dangers states. lems. region. Brigade.

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 25 COE is a national externally not nationally restricted in terms The NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence On the Way Towards NATO MP Full Interoperability I know that in the age of austerity, we cannot spend more. But neither should we spend less. So the answer is to spend better This means we must prioritise, we must specialise, and we must seek multinational solutions through cooperation. NATO Secretary General Rasmussen (30 SEPT 2011) COL Grzegorz Wasilewski, Chief of the MP COE Establishment Team

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26 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 enhancing NATO MP capabilities, foster ing interoperability, and providing subject matter expertise on MP activities in order to meet the Alliances strategic concept. a b. c. d tions. e. NATO Centre of Excellence (Source: Transformation Network Branch / ACT)

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 27 ily? The initial NATO MP COE organizational structure

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28 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 The NATO MP COE`s external relationships.

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 29 Education in Bulgarian Armed Forces in Support of Security System LTC Nikolay Urumov, Instructor in National Defense and Security Faculty

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30 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 agement system. system.

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 31 social and military science in accordance tion. a great extent. crisis management.

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32 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 Experience from OMLT/POMLT In-theater Training DCOS Training Command-Military Academy in Vyskov

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 33 trainees.

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34 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 Afghanistan Military Education System as a Factor for Rebuilding Governance of the Country COL Georgi Dimov PhD, Dean of National Security and Defense Faculty LTC Kiril Kirilov PhD, Associated Professor in Military Strategy Department LTC Nikolay Urumov, Instructor in National Defense and Security Faculty

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 35 mitments.

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36 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 A Comprehensive Approach to Countering Threat Networks and IEDs The Bi-SC C-IED Campaign plan a. b. c. d. Countering Improvised Explosive Devices MAJ Francois De Jonge, Staff Officer in the JFTC Exercise Centre Branch Note: At the moment of writing this article the Bi-SC C-IED Campaign Plan is not official yet. It is in process to be signed.

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 37 a. b. c. NATO C-IED Conference, 15 17 May 2012 tions.

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38 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 General Aspects tion. Training of the Military Advisor Teams (MATs) centralized NATO sponsored Training es. national means. K an dak Military Advisor Team NATO Training LTC Jose Munaiz and SGM Arthur Fontani, the JFTC Mission Training Branch

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 39 exercises. JFTC role in Kandak MAT training

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40 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 Introduction Architecture, what is it? The fundamental organization of a system embodied in its components, their relationships to each other, and to the environment, and the principles guiding its design and evolution ). The JFTC CAX Baseline Architecture Architecture: Why and How Dr. Dirk Coppieters, Principal Scientist working for NC3A in the Hague Aad Hendriks, Senior Scientist working for NC3A in the Hague There are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns there are things we do not know we don't know. Donald Rumsfeld (February 12, 2002)

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 41 cations. Focus: CAX for RC-North and to JFTC exercises in general. A View on the Architecture Views analysis. A CAX is a sub-type of Command Post eXercise/SYNthetic EXercise where comput ers simulate the operational environment. In the case of NATO CAX exercises, the exercise is driven by one or more simulations. A simulation is a system that reflects real world processes and behaviours inside a computer system. Depending on the type of simulation, logistic processes, ground operations, air operations, naval operations, etc. can be represented. In order to respond to decisions that are made by the training audience, interactive simulations are employed in CAXes. Based on the instructions entered in the simulation, an updated state of the synthetic world is calculated. In many cases, the output information from the simulation can be used as an input for Functional Area Systems (FAS) that are used inside the command post. As NATO employs mainly nationallydeveloped simulations, custom tools are required to assist exercise control teams to manage what is happening inside the simulation(s), to enter instructions and to extract relevant information. This aspect is addressed through specific NATO CAX applications. They add functions that are not covered by the simulation but are important for the execution of the exercise. Some of these applications focus on the interface between the simulation and the FAS systems. Others enhance or ease the interaction with the simulation. 1

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42 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 Building the Architecture Achieving benefits

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 43 Communicate Transform Implement Enabling success Validate content and omissions and amendments can Adopt Sustain Acronyms and abbreviations ARIS Architecture of Integrated Information Systems CAX Computer Assisted Exercise CP Capability Package ENDEX End of Exercise FAS Functional Area Systems HTML Hyper Text Markup Language NAF NATO Architecture Framework SOPs Standing Operating Procedures STARTEX Start of Exercise

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44 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 The Connected Forces Initiative NATO Training and Exercises Training Objectives Keeping the Alliance Fit In Chicago, we will adopt a series of measures in the fields of education and training, exercises and technology, to make sure that our forces maintain the strong connections they have developed during our operations. We call it the Connected Forces Initiative Its about keeping our Alliance fit for the long term for 2020 and beyond. NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen (April 18, 2012) LTC Jakob Fahrendorff,, Senior Officer in the Exercises & Training Branch (Capability Area Team 3) at NC3A

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 45 Training Objectives cess. Tasks, Conditions and Standards Exercise Tactical Command & Control Exercise Tactical Command & Control can Exercise Tactical Command & Control Acronyms and abbreviations AAR After Action Review ACO Allied Command for Operations AJP Allied Joint Paper ATP Allied Tactical Paper C2 Command and Control CJOC Combined Joint Operation Centre EXCEN Exercise Centre EXCON Exercise Control HICON Higher Control HQ Headquarters LOCON Lower Control MEDEVAC Medical Evacuation MEL/MIL Main Events List/Main Incidents List NRF NATO Response Force OCE Officer Conducting the Exercise ODE Officer Directing the Exercise OSE Officer Scheduling the Exercise SME Subject Matter Expert SOP Standard Operating Procedures TIC Troops in Contact

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46 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 Execute Command & Control (C2) Training Objective Life Cycle

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 47 . Enhancing Effectiveness

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48 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 nizational learning are traditionally associ International Lessons Learned Workshop at the Doctrine and Training Centre of the Polish Armed Forces Senior Specialist in the Foreign Operations Analysis Department of the Doctrine and Training Centre of the Polish Armed Forces LTC Andrzej Lis, Senior Specialist in the Armed Forces Functional Analysis Department of the Doctrine and Training Centre of the Polish Armed Forces

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 49 actions and disseminating Lessons Learned. THE PEOPLE

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50 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 JFTC Maintains the Right Course with Cooperation from the Polish Navy JFTC Analysis and Reporting Section Head

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 51 ons.

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52 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 SCENARIO: Preventing the Proliferation and Protection against WMD/CBRN Threat Tasks. Prague Radiological Device. Which COA produced the worst case scenario? significant Modelling and Simulation (M&S) within Joint Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Defence Centre of Excellence (JCBRN Defence COE) LTC Petr Neuer, JCBRN Defence COE Modelling and Simulation Cell Chief

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 53 evidence non-state actors intent to use it COA 1 6kg of uranium-235 COA 2 6kg of pluto nium-239 COA 3 Two 2 x 3kg of plutoni um-239 Date : Time: Weather conditions: Wind direction: Wind speed: Used SW tool: Summary: COA 1. 6kg of Uranium-235 Attack locations Result of Course of Action I

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Result of Course of Action II 54 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 COA 2. 6kg of Plutonium-239 COA 3. 2 x 3kg of Plutonium-239 Proposed Scenario two attacks of 3kg of Pu-239 A radiological attack occurred on 2 x 3kg of Pu-239 ) Conclusion Result of Course of Action III

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JFTC SU Commander's Cup Shooting Competition Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 55 One of the attractions of the Polish Armed Forces Logistics Day was a shooting competition officially called the JFTC SU Commander's Cup Shooting Competition, organized at the garrison shooting range. In the early morning of 7 March 2012 soldiers from international units located in Bydgoszcz competed in two shooting contests: using AK-47 rifle and WIST-94 pistol. Before the competition started, all of them were instructed on safety mea sures and offered to shoot a training round from both weapons. In between the con tests the competitors had a cup of hot tea to warm up a little. CAPT Katarzyna Fiedur, JFTC Support Unit RLS Section Head

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56 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 The results came as a great sur prise after a matched rivalry Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Pawlak, US Air Force, proved to be the best in both competi tions but he had to share the first prize in the AK-47 rifle contest with Commander

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58 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 Polish Armed Forces Logistics Day at the JFTC CAPT Katarzyna Fiedur, JFTC Support Unit RLS Section Head

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60 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 tors and mining and reconnaissance sets.

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Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 61 The Bastille Day at the JFTC MAJ Nicolas Konieczny, Staff Officer at the JFTC Training Division

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64 Transformation Through Training Issue No: 2 September 2012 JFTC Staff Ride to LTC Piotr Kwas Military Assistant to the JFTC Deputy Commander

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