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1 NATO TRAINING MISSION IRAQ BILC Seminar October 2007 Captain Meelis Vilippus NTM-I HQ Director of Staff

2 Agenda The NATO Training Mission-Iraq –Current activities –Future activities Iraqi DLI

3 The Mission To provide NATO training, assisting with equipping and technical assistance to the Iraqi Security Forces in order to help Iraq develop an effective, democratically-led, and enduring security sector. Method: –In-country training, advising and mentoring –Equipping –Out of country training Our #1 Priority remains in-country training as requested by Iraq

4 The Mission To provide NATO training, assisting with equipping and technical assistance to the Iraqi Security Forces in order to help Iraq develop an effective, democratically-led, and enduring security sector. Method: –In-country training, advising and mentoring –Equipping, through donations –Out of country training Our #1 Priority remains in-country training as requested by Iraq

5 Significant Dates Jun – Iraqi Interim Government requests NATO assistance 14 Aug – NATO Training Implementation Mission (NTIM) arrival in Iraq 17 Nov – NAC approval for NATO Training Mission – Iraq (NTM-I) Aug – start of training (IMoD & IMoI) 2006 Jan – Iraqi Training and Doctrine Command (ITDC) opens Feb – DLI opens 2007 Jul – Major parts of ITDC declared FOC

6 NATONATOCoalitionCoalition Supreme Allied Command Transformation SACEUR COM Joint Forces Command (Naples) COM MNSTC-I NTM-I Command Technical Authority Coordination COM Multi National Corps Iraq MNSTC-I COM CENTCOM COM Multi National Force Iraq Command and Control

7 Flags and manning Bulgaria (1) Czech Rep (3) Denmark (12) Hungary (6) + 15 MALT Netherlands (7) Poland (2) Portugal (6) Turkey (2) USA (19) Italy (25) +16 VNC Romania (2) UK (13) Slovenia (2) Ukraine (3) Lithuania (4) Estonia (1) The Mission Strength: 108 persons (including 3x JFC Naples) + 31 as additional elements

8 NTM-I locations Ministry of Interior National Command Centre Iraqi Military Academy Joint Staff College NTM-I HQ National Operations Centre Iraqi Ground Forces Command HQ LNO to BIAP Ministry of Defence Joint Operations Centre Camp Victory Baghdad International Airport International Zone Camp Dublin Ar Rustamiyah

9 Phase I Assessment & preparation Phase III Transition Phase IV Redeployment STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE Assist the Iraqis in training the ISF and coordinating equipment requirements needed to maintain security in its own country ISF HAND- OVER ISF SELF-RELIANT NAC DECISION Phase II Graduated approach Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage3 Assist to create a Command to manage and oversee training Assist to create a national centre of excellence Coordinate offers and requirements Assist to develop a national C2 system Iraqi Training and Doctrine Command National Defence University Harmonize Training and Equipment Advise on Command and Control NTM-I Lines of Operation In country training (Carabinieri, Leadership, Train the Trainers) Conducting training of National Police and building training capacities in nucleus skills MISSION ESTABLISHED

10 Phase I Assessment & preparation Phase III Transition Phase IV Redeployment STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE Assist the Iraqis in training the ISF and coordinating equipment requirements needed to maintain security in its own country ISF HAND- OVER ISF SELF-RELIANT NAC DECISION MISSION ESTABLISHED Phase II Graduated approach Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage3 Assist to create a Command to manage and oversee training Assist to create a national centre of excellence Iraqi Training and Doctrine Command National Defence University NTM-I Lines of Operation

11 M7/Iraqi Training & Doctrine Command Tactical Training Command Lessons Learned Centre Tactical Doctrine Centre National Defence University Defence Strategic Studies Institute Joint Staff College National Defence College Defence Language Institute Training and Doctrine Command Capacity expansion in progress One of four OCdt academies All the branch and specialist schools sit under this Command IMAR Ar Rustamiyah FOC not yet stated FOC Autumn 07 FOC

12 Phase I Assessment & preparation Phase III Transition Phase IV Redeployment STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE Assist the Iraqis in training the ISF and coordinating equipment requirements needed to maintain security in its own country ISF HAND- OVER ISF SELF-RELIANT NAC DECISION MISSION ESTABLISHED Phase II Graduated approach Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage3 Assist to develop a national C2 system Advise on Command and Control NTM-I Lines of Operation

13 Train, advise and mentor the Iraqi C2 structure (National command centres). Provide classroom / individual instruction (mainly IT) On request, assist and provide instruction in organisational functions and processes. Requires coordination with MNF-I, MNC-I, MNSTC-I (CMATT, CPATT) and Iraqi organisations MOD/JHQ JOC National C2 Training NOC AT MOD/JHQ AT NCC AT Special TT TRG OPS IGFC AT JPC AT

14 PM JOC NCC MNF-I SOC MoI NP IA CG National Governance National Defense Law Enforce- ment Provincial Governance IGFC Overwatch CF x18 NSA PJCC NOC LNO MoD JPC National C2 Training

15 POL/MIL level Cultural differences Advising/Mentoring essential for success NTM-I Teams OF-5 led NATO Mentors to make a difference Adjust concept for this mission

16 Phase I Assessment & preparation Phase III Transition Phase IV Redeployment STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE Assist the Iraqis in training the ISF and coordinating equipment requirements needed to maintain security in its own country ISF HAND- OVER ISF SELF-RELIANT NAC DECISION MISSION ESTABLISHED Phase II Graduated approach Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage3 Coordinate offers and requirements Harmonize Training and Equipment NTM-I Lines of Operation

17 TESC processNATO Others PfP MoI Iraqi Iraqi Requirements Flow Iraqi MoD TECC / TESC / NTECG Help develop a sustained, standardized equipment and training programme Out of Country Training, Equipment Requirements Validated Requirements MOD MOI Offers Out of Country Training, Equipment Requirements Around 1000 Iraqi officers trained in NATO schools Around $145M of equipment donated

18 Phase I Assessment & preparation Phase III Transition Phase IV Redeployment STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE Assist the Iraqis in training the ISF and coordinating equipment requirements needed to maintain security in its own country ISF HAND- OVER ISF SELF-RELIANT NAC DECISION MISSION ESTABLISHED Phase II Graduated approach Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage3 NTM-I Lines of Operation In country training (Carabinieri, Leadership, Train the Trainers) Conducting training of National Police and building training capacities in nucleus skills

19 Future Activities The Periodic Mission Review – Fall 2007 –Smaller permanent presence –Higher ranks –Increased use of TESC and reach-back sponsoring of course / school elements? –Focus on ITDC and C2

20 Defence Language Institute (DLI) DLI in Baghdad is Fully Operation Capable –Capacity of 100 students/annum (non-intensive courses) Iraqi requirement for 400 students/annum (intensive) –Air Force, Navy, pool for overseas training Short term demand - contractors NTM-I to develop DLI to meet future demand Novel approach may be required in the medium term

21 Mission DLI is the top educational military organization committed to the pursuit of teaching languages to selected personnel both military and civilian within the MOD. It is the most important Institute to provide classes and keep-on-training to Interpreters who translate any kind of documents concerning international and Defence matters DLI fulfills the overarching governance structure on teaching languages in the subordinate institution of the National Defence University and sets doctrines and standards DLI

22 History of DLI NTM-I Commander General D Petraws introduced the idea to build the DLI Jul 2005 DLI established 26 Jan 2006 Started in Feb 2006 First course started 1 Feb 2006 Till now 4 courses completed training in total 130 students

23 DLI tasks Teach languages (not only English) to military and civilian personnel Prepare military and civilian personal for developing language skills Lead in language doctrine and standards development within the MOD and the Iraqi Armed Forces Develop and maintain database of all personnel trained

24 Provide follow on training for interpreters and teachers Organize, control and evaluate language training in other military academies and abroad Prepare candidates for the National Defence University DLI tasks

25 Current courses Pre-intermediate Intermediate Post-intermediate –All courses duration of five months –Non intensive courses Students have 4 hours of training per day Sunday through Wednesday, Thursday for homework

26 English Language Training The requirement: - As many as possible to build a pool of candidates for various courses - Minimum of 815 per year in intensive training - Air Force - Pilot/Aviation Related Career Fields: Maintenance/Engineer: Intel Career Field: Others: Naval officers and enlisted for various other requirements The standards: - Minimum of ECL score of 70 - Some higher requirements for special skills (i.e. pilots) How to achieve: - Must have combination of intensive and non-intensive training - One central hub at Iraqi DLI to manage entire program - Full-time intensive course at Iraqi DLI (minimum 20 hours per week plus homework) - Several part-time intensive courses at key locations (minimum 20 hours per week plus homework) - Several non-intensive courses at various other learning institutes

27 English Language Training For Iraqi Armed Forces Iraqi DLI Baghdad Umm Qasr NAMAB Rustamiya TajiNAMAB IMARIMAQIMAZ Joint Staff College Intensive Course (20 hours per week, students have other training requirements) Non-Intensive Course Intensive Course (Minimum 20 hours per week plus homework, students devoted only to language training) 40 Students50 Students 130 Students Capacity for 370 in intensive courses - Less than ½ the requirement!

28 Hamadan Al Basrah Kuwait City Tigris R. Euphrates R. IRAN H KUWAIT JORDAN H4 SYRIA Tallil Mosul Irbil An Najaf Al Kut Al Amarah Tikrit Habbaniyah As Samawah An Nasiriyah Baqubah Ar Rutbah Dayr az Zawr Karbala Al Qaim Bashur Al Hillah Samarra Fallujah Al Kufa Dahuk Az Zubayr Ad Diwaniyah Al Muthanna’ Al Basrah Dhi Qar Maysan Wasit Babil Al Qadisiyah Al Anbar Diyala Salah ad Din Ninawa At Tamim As Sulaymaniyah Arbil Dahuk An Najaf 9 An Numaniyah Al Kasik Kirkuk Taji Kirkush Umm Qasr Zahko Qualachulon Balad Military Academy at Qualachulon Iraqi Military Academy at Zahko (IMAZ ) Service Support Institute at Taji Iraqi Military Training and Schools teaching English Military Police at An Numaniyah Joint Staff College Iraqi Military Academy Rustimayah Iraqi Training Bn at An Numaniyah 3d ITB with a 4 th ITB planned Naval Training Center Baghdad Out of Country Army Training Center Officer School Army Branch School Air Force Center (4) Naval Center (1) Besmaya Rustamiyah NCO Academy at KMTB Sergeants Major & Senior Warrant Officers Iraqi Military Academy Nasiriyah Regional Training Center Regional Training Center at Taji Regional Training Center Al Kut

29 Instructors/teachers Train the Trainer concept chosen Train up to 26 instructors/teachers in 2007 US and UK instructor courses weeks duration Specific level of English Language Proficiency DLI to recruit up to 40 candidates for test Instructors from US and UK for in-country training US DLI course commence 27 Sep 2007 UK DLI course commence 07 Oct 2007

30 English Language Training - Obstacles Billeting and life support for intensive course Employment of a sufficient number of qualified teachers on DLI itself and subordinated satellites Salary for teachers, has to be competitive with salaries on civilian schools Additional classrooms on DLI Baghdad (130 students in total) Modern English Language Training Material Modern Management of DLI requires training of the Dean Security situation in Iraqi

31 FUTURE ORGANIZATION Dean Technical and data Dept Research & development Dept English Dept

32 Implementation plan for an “expanded DLI-I” Step 1 –Establishing 10 – 12 additional classrooms –DLIELC teachers attached together with Iraqi English teachers as a temporary solution –Temporary accommodation and DFAC for students to be arranged Step 2 –training of sufficient number of Iraqi teachers for DLI HQ as well as for satellites Step 3 – Timing –graduated teachers take over from DLIELC teachers Step 4 –DLI HQ in new facilities which includes training facilities, research facilities, accommodation for students, DFAC for staff and students etc

33 NATO Training Mission – Iraq QUESTIONS?

34 NATO TRAINING MISSION IRAQ BILC Seminar October 2007 Captain Meelis Vilippus NTM-I HQ Director of Staff


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