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1 The Norwegian Armed Forces
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2 Leadership Ministry of Defence The Norwegian Armed Forces Bardufoss
Army Staff Ministry of Defence The Norwegian Armed Forces Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Jørstadmoen Norwegian Cyber Force Staff Terningmoen Home Guard Staff Sessvollmoen Norwegian Defence Medical Service Staff (NDMS) Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence (MOD) Defence Staff Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation (NDLO) Staff, NDLO Procurement Staff The Norwegian Intelligence Service (NDMS) Norwegian Defence University College (NDUC)

3 Main Priorities - Army A better Army with a robust brigade structure Increased flexibility and availability More specialized personnel

4 Army Brigade North: His Majesty The King's Guard The Border Guard
Høybuktmoen The Border Guard Skjold Engineer battalion Light armored battalion Brigade North: Brigade command 2 mechanised battalions 1 light armored battalion Intelligence battalion Signal battalion Artillery battalion Engineer battalion Logistics battalion Medical battalion MP-company His Majesty The King's Guard The Border Guard Norwegian Special Forces Command/Norwegian Army Special Operations Command Logistic base, land Bardufoss Army Staff Brigade North staff MP Company Signal battalion Logistics battalion Setermoen Mechanised battalion Artillery battalion Medical battalion Intelligence battalion Rena Support Staff South Mechanised battalion CSS/HRF ENG/HRF MED/HRF MP/HRS Theatre Enabling Force Army Ranger Command Parts of Army Weapons School Army Officer Candidate School Sessvollmoen Norwegian Defence Logistics Training Centre Linderud Parts of Army Staff Military Academy Terningmoen Parts of Army Staff Parts of Army Weapons School Armed Forces Winter Warfare School HM The King’s Guard Training School Huseby HM The King’s Guard

5 Main Priorities - Navy A modern and efficient structure Operational presence A continued modernization of the Navy A strengthened Coast Guard

6 Navy Norwegian Fleet Command 1 tactical maritime command
6 corvettes (Skjold Class) 5 frigates (Fridtjof Nansen Class) w/NH-90 helicopters 3 + 3 minehunters/-sweepers (Oksoy/Alta Class) 6 submarines (Ula Class) Coastal Rangers Command Mine Clearance Diving Command Naval Special Forces Commando Logistics and support vessel Logistic base, sea Coast Guard: 9 vessels for Outer Coast Guard (4 w/NH-90 helicopters) 6 vessels for Inner Coast Guard Sortland Coast Guard Command Trondenes Coastal Rangers Command Ramsund Naval Special Forces Training Site Bergen/Haakonsvern Navy Staff Norwegian Fleet Command Naval Rangers Command Naval Academy Naval Training Establishment Navy Officer Candidate School Madla Basic Training Establishment

7 Main Priorities – Air Force
Procurement of new combat aircrafts Establishment of new base structure Upholding sovereignty, strengthen presence and operational capability Uphold the spectrum of capabilities

8 Air Force Sørreisa Air Defence Control and Reporting Centre Air Reporting School Station Group Banak Andøya Air Station 333 sqn Detachment SAR (330 sqn): -Banak -Bodø -Ørland -Sola -Rygge -Florø Air Force Operations Center Air Defence Control and Reporting Centre 57 F-16 and (forthcoming) up to 52 F-35 aircraft 18 transport helicopters (Bell 412) 6 maritime surveillance aircraft (P-3 C/N) 3 EW/VIP aircraft 4 transport aircraft (C-130J) NASAMS Air Defence Base set Logistic base, air 14 maritime helicopters (NH-90) 12 Search and Rescue helicopters (Sea King) Evenes Forward base of operation (Including QRA) Bardufoss Air Station 334 sqn 337 sqn 339 sqn Air Force Pilot School Bodø Main Air Station* 331 sqn 332 sqn Reitan Air Force Operations Center Air Force Staff Air Force Training Inspectorate Air Operations Inspectorate Ørland Main Air Station 338 sqn Ørland Air Station 331 sqn 332 sqn Air Defence Base set NEWC Trondheim Air Force Academy *Inndelingen av Luftforsvarets flystasjoner skal endres, og begrepet hovedflystasjon bortfaller. Forsvaret skal innen utgangen av 2013 fremme en anbefaling om helhetlig inndeling og begrepsbruk for Luftforsvarets stasjoner. NEWC – Norwegian Electronic Warfare Center Gardermoen Air Station 335 sqn 717 sqn Haakonsvern Detachment NH-90 Rygge Detachment -Bell 412 Rygge Air Station 717 sqn 720 sqn Air Force Training Inspectorate Air Operations Inspectorate Madla Basic Training Establishment Kjevik Air Force Education Centre Mågerø Air Defence Control and Reporting Centre

9 Main Priorities – The Home Guard
Quality training and education Responsiveness and sustainability Focus on security and protection of infrastructure Rooted in society

10 The Home Guard 45 000 officers and personnel, organised in:
Trondenes Naval Home Guard Unit Porsangmoen District Staff - No. 17 Home Guard Officer Candidate School Bjerkvik District Staff – No. 16 officers and personnel, organised in: Intervention forces – Area structure – 11 Territorial District Staffs Værnes District Staff - No. 12 Drevjamoen District Staff - No. 14 Setnesmoen District Staff - No. 11 Dombås Home Guard Education and Competence Centre Bergenhus District Staff - No. 09 Terningmoen Home Guard Staff District Staff - No. 05 Haakonsvern Naval Home Guard Command Heistadmoen District Staff - No. 03 Lutvann District Staff - No. 02 Vatneleiren District Staff - No. 08 Rygge District Staff - No. 01

11 Main Priorities – Joint Assets
Responsiveness, sustainability and deployability Strengthen the defense against cyber threats Increased adaptability

12 Joint Assets NSA: National Service Administration
Porsangmoen Allied Training Centre (Åsegarden, Evenes) Harstad The Armed Forces’ Band North NDSPO Jørstadmoen Norwegian Cyber Force The Norwegian Intelligence Service The Norwegian Defence Medical Service (NDMS) The Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation (NDLO) Allied Training Centre Norwegian Cyber Force Armed Forces´ Department for Culture and Tradition Sessvollmoen NDMS Trondheim The Norwegian Air force’s band Hamar NSA Kjeller NDLO Supply NDLO Maintenance NDLO Air Systems NSA: National Service Administration NDMS: The Norwegian Defence Medical Service NDLO: The Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation FAKT: The Armed Forces’ Department for Culture and Tradition. NDAO: Norwegian Defense Accounting Office NDSPO: Norwegian Defence Salary and Pay Office Bergen NDAO The Armed Forces’ Band West NDLO Naval Systems Oslo NDLO Staff Armed Forces‘ Department for Culture and tradition Norwegian Intelligence Service Norwegian Defence University College Kolsås NDLO Land Systems NDLO General Materiel NDLO CIS Horten The Royal Norwegian Navy Band

13 The Armed Forces´ Operational Structure
Army Brigade North: Brigade command 2 mechanised battalions 1 light armored battalion Intelligence battalion Signal battalion Artillery battalion Engineer battalion Logistics battalion Medical battalion MP-company HM The King’s Guard The Border Guard Norwegian Special Forces Command/Norwegian Army Special Operations Command Logistic base, land Navy Norwegian Fleet Command 1 tactical maritime command 6 corvettes (Skjold Class) 5 frigates (Fridtjof Nansen Class) w/NH-90 helicopters 3 + 3 minehunters/-sweepers (Oksoy/Alta Class) 6 submarines (Ula Class) Coastal Rangers Command Mine Clearance Diving Command Naval Special Forces Commando Logistics and support vessel Logistic base, sea Coast Guard: 9 vessels for Outer Coast Guard (4 w/NH-90 helicopters) 6 vessels for Inner Coast Guard Air Force Air Force Operations Center Air Defence Control and Reporting Centre 57 F-16 and (forthcoming) up to 52 F-35 aircraft 18 transport helicopters (Bell 412) 6 maritime surveillance aircraft (P-3 C/N) 3 EW/VIP aircraft 4 transport aircraft (C-130J) NASAMS Air Defence Base set Logistic base, air 14 maritime helicopters (NH-90) 12 Search and Rescue helicopters (Sea King) Home Guard officers and personnel, organised in: Intervention forces – Area structure – 11 Territorial District Staffs *Forsvarets tre deployerbare logistikkbaser skal ytterligere spesialiseres mot henholdsvis land-, sjø- og luftkomponenten, bl.a. for å klargjøre roller og ansvar med hensyn til forvaltning og utvikling av disse kapasitene. Joint assets Joint Logistics Support Group The Norwegian Defence Medical Service The Norwegian Intelligence Service Norwegian Joint Headquarters Norwegian Defence Information Infrastructure: The Norwegian Defence Logistics org.: Capacity for deployable communication and information Host Nation Support Battalion Strategic air and sea transport capacity Military communications satellite Joint NATO Air and Ground Surveillance Stationary logistic and support Joint logistic base* Transport control unit Air terminal unit Harbor and railway terminal unit Joint water purification unit Explosive clearance unit Military police unit Joint land transport unit

14 Joint Assets in NATO - Europe
Ørland Main Air Station Forward Operating Location Andre elementer: ALTBMD NRF Ulsnes , Stavanger FORACS Eindhoven Air Base MCCE – Strategic air and sea transport NATO Air Base Geilenkirchen AWACS – Airborne Air Surveillance FOL: Forward Operating Location FORACS: Måle- og avmagnetiseringsstasjon for marinefartøyer. HAW: Heavy Airlift Wing. SAC: Strategic Airlift Capability. ALTBMD: Active Layered Theatre Ballistic Missile Defence. NRF: NATO Response Force. MCCE: Movement Coordination Centre Europe. Pápa Air Base HAW - SAC Naval Air Station Sigonella AGS – Airborne Ground Surveillance

15 NATO´s Command Structure in Europe
Allied Command Operations Allied Command Transformation Brunssum, Nederland Joint Force Headquarters Stavanger, Norge Joint Warfare Centre Northwood, UK Maritime Command Bydgoszcx, Polen Joint Forces Training Center SHAPE - Mons, Belgia CIS Group Uedem, Tyskland Air Entities: CAOC Ramstein, Tyskland Air Command DACCC: Deployable Air Command and Control Centre. CAOC: Combinded Air Operations Centres FOL: Forward Operating Location FORACS: Måle- og avmagnetiseringsstasjon for marinefartøyer. HAW: Heavy Airlift Wing. SAC: Strategic Airlift Capability. ALTBMD: Active Layered Theatre Ballistic Missile Defence. NRF: NATO Response Force. MCCE: Movement Coordination Centre Europe. Poggio Renatico, Italia Air Entities: DACCC Torrejon, Spania Air Entities, CAOC Napoli, Italia Joint Force Headquarters Izmir, Tyrkia Land Command Monsanto, Portugal Joint Analysis and Lessons Learned Centre

16 Norwegian Personnel in International Operations as at 19.12.11
England (2011-) NORTHWOOD, no.: 2 Kosovo (1999-) KFOR, no.: 3 UNMIK, no.: 1 Bosnia-Herzegovina (2005-) NHQ Sarajevo, no.: 1 Italy (Mar.–Oct. 2011) OUP, no.: 7 Crete (Mar.-Aug. 2011) OUP, no.: 101 Afghanistan (2001) ISAF/NSE/NCC, no.: 535 Sinai (1982-) MFO, no.: 3 Afghanistan (2007) UNAMA, no.: 1 South Sudan (2005-) UNIMISS, no.: 11 Middle East (1956-) UNTSO, no.:12 Northern Europe (July-Dec. 2011) SNMCMG1, no.: 34 Congo (1960/64-) MONUC/MONUSCO: no.: 1 The Seychelles (Sept.-Dec 2011) OCEAN SHIELD, no.: 39

17 Thank you for your attention!


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