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More than 90 deployments all over the country, an estimated 220,000 working hours, more than 270 hours of helicopter flying – the Swedish Armed Forces have provided all of these to society throughout...
In order to discuss topics relevant to contemporary peacekeeping operations, the Swedish Armed Forces International Centre, SWEDINT, arranged a seminar 18-19 June with focus on Pre-deployment and...
During two days, 18-19 June, NCGM is holding the recurring Gender Key Leader Seminar (KLS). The KLS focuses on how to implement gender perspectives in military operations and how this will contribute...
Veterans’ Day on 29 May has been declared a general flag day as of 2018, and this
year the day began at 8am with the raising of the flags at the Maritime Museum on
the island of Djurgården in...
In front of an audience about 1000-strong that included His Majesty the King, the Prime Minister, the Minister of Defence and the Commander in Chief, the Gotland Regiment took back the flag that was...
Operations planning seminar 2018 (OPSEM 18) will be conducted on 22-24 May 2018 at the Swedish Armed Forces International Centre. OPSEM is an arena where experienced, long term horizon operations...
At SWEDINT, the location for Site Kungsängen, the exercise Viking 18 is going full steam ahead. The aim of the exercise is to train and educate participants – civilian, military and police - to meet...
All participants are checked in and ready to take on exercise Viking 18. At nine sites in six countries around 2500 people will work together and do their utmost to handle an international crisis....
Captain Melina Clerc just finished two intensive weeks at the Multinational Tactical Planning Course (MTPC) at SWEDINT. Capt Clerc took part of the course in preparation for a planning process at her...
Later this year, 1st Marine Regiment will host a bilateral exercise in the Stockholm archipelago, named “Archipelago Endeavor 18”. The purpose of the exercise is interoperability and cooperation...
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