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The last day of the Combined Joint Staff Exercise, CJSE, 2017 and it's time to evaluate this year's exercise. Here are three exercise participants in the last two weeks.
During the Combined Joint Staff Exercise, CJSE, many different people with different skills exercise together. Students at the Defence University practice side by side with personnel from the Home...
We can’t always see them, but we would certainly know if they were missing. The men & women of the technical support staff behind this Computer Aided Exercise, Combined Joint Staff Exercise 17...
In today's armed conflicts, hybrid warfare plays an ever increasing role. Media is a key part of this kind of impact operations. Therefore, managers should practice building good relationships with...
The multinational command exercise ‘Combined Joint Staff Exercise, CJSE 17’ began today in Enköping, Karlskrona and Uppsala. More than 1200 staff from 24 different nations will train together, at both...
On the 29th and the 30th of March 2017 the Nordic Centre for Gender in military Operations, in its role as NATO Department Head for Gender in Military Operations, hosted the Community of Interest...
At SWEDINT/NCGM the United Nations Tactical Course (UNTAC) just finished. As is customary, the two-week course ended with a three-day field exercise, where the students had to deal with local...
At SWEDINT/NCGM, this year’s first International Police Officer Course for EU- and UN missions (IPOC) just finished. For the twenty participants, the training prepared them for a role as an...
Fifteen officers from the armed forces of Ghana, Nigeria, Uganda and Rwanda successfully completed the Gender Training of Trainers (GToT) course and received their certificates last month. The GToT...
The recent UNSOC course in China was the first with international participants.
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