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2 Allied CommandOperations Allied Command Operations “Vigilance is the Price of Liberty” Slawomir WICHA LtCOL POL A RAA Report Brussels FEB 2007

3 SHAPE - Mons Reserve Affairs Advisor

4 Change of Command Change of Command December 2007

5 Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) General John Craddock U.S. Army  Successful Operations including NRF and Exercises  Effective Management of ACO  Support for Transformation  Support for Co-operation STRATEGIC GOALS

6 NATO OPERATIONS

7 The North Atlantic Treaty (Washington DC 4 April 1949) Article 4 The Parties will consult together whenever, in the opinion of any of them, the territorial integrity, political independence or security of any of the Parties is threatened. Article 5 The Parties agree that an armed attack against one or more of them in Europe or North America shall be considered an attack against them all and consequently they agree that, if such an armed attack occurs, each of them, in exercise of the right of individual or collective self-defence recognised by Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations, will assist the Party or parties so attacked by taking forthwith, individually and in concert with other Parties, such action as it deems necessary, including the use of armed force, to restore and maintain the security of the North Atlantic area.

8 KFOR Mar 1999-Ongoing IFOR/SFOR Dec 1995-Dec 2004 EU OP ALTHEA Dec 2004-Ongoing ACTIVE ENDEAVOUR Oct 2001-Ongoing ISAF Apr 2003-Ongoing BALTIC AIR POLICING May 2004-Ongoing NTM-I Feb 2005-Ongoing Earthquake Relief Pakistan Oct 2005-Feb 2006 AMIS Jul 2005-Ongoing Hurricane KATRINA Sep-Oct 2005 NHQ Sarajevo NHQ Tirana NHQ Skopje  IFOR/SFOR Implementation Force followed by the Stabilisation Force.  Operation ALTHEA – EU operation in the Balkans  KFOR – Kosovo Forces Operation Joint Guardian (17,000)  NHQ – NATO Headquarters Sarajavo (300), Tirana (300) and Skopje (100)  ISAF - International Security Assistance Force (11,400)  NTMI - NATO Training Mission in Iraq (150)  Operation Active Endeavour – Mediterranean (1,900)  AMIS – African Union Mission In the Sudan (10)  Baltic Air Policing (4 Aircraft)  Humanitarian Assistance to the victims of the Pakistan Earthquake and Hurricane Katrina Currently NATO has 31,150 Troops Deployed Worldwide on Live Operations and Missions.* * NATO Airborne Early Warning provides support to worldwide operations such as Noble Eagle and high visibility events such as the 2004 Olympic Games. Operations - Overview

9 Air Policing, Interim Policy CAOC 2 KALKAR, GEPOGGIO RENATICO, IT CAOC 5 Estonia Lithuania Latvia Slovenia Rotation Plan for Baltics Block 1 Apr-Jun 04 BE Block 2 Jul-Oct 04 DA Block 3 Oct-Dec 04 UK Block 4 Jan-Mar 05 NO Block 5 Apr-Jun 05 NL Block 6 Jul-Sep 05 GE Block 7 Oct-Dec 05 US Block 8 Jan-Mar 06 PL Block 9 Apr-Jul 06 TU Block 10 Aug-Nov 06 SP Block 11 Dec-Mar 07 BE Block 12 Apr-Jul 07 FR Block 13 Aug-Oct 07 RO Block 14 Nov-Dec 07 PO 4 TU F-16 SIAULIAI A/B LI

10 Operation ACTIVE ENDEAVOUR COM TG ENDEAVOUR Naval Assets + Aircrafts Total Vessels Hailed : Total Compliant Boarded: Total Escorted: 480+

11 Balkan Operations Operation “JOINT FORGE” SFOR: 8,000 + Troops in Bosnia Herzegovina & Croatia Air All aircraft types, in place and on call Operation “JOINT GUARDIAN” KFOR: 19,000 + Troops in Kosovo, Albania, Greece & Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia* *TURKEY RECOGNISES THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA WITH ITS CONSTITUTIONAL NAME

12 PEC PRIZREN GNJILANE MITROVICA DAKOVICA KFORKosovo PRISTINA

13 AFGHANISTAN INTERNATIONAL SECURITY ASSISTANCE FORCE ASSISTANCE FORCE

14 HERT NIMRUZ HELMAND KANDAHAR ORUZGAN GHOWR BADGHIS FARYAB SAR-E POL SAMANGAN JOWZJAN BALKH TAKHAR BAGHLAN BADAKHSHAN KONAR LAGHMAN PARVAN KEPIGA Garmabak Keleft Jeyretan Sar-e Pol Samangan Pol-e Khomri Taloqan Eshkashem Charikar Delaram Shindand Zaranj Baghlan Spin Boldak Baghran Balkh Bagram Jacobabad Shamsi Baraki PAKTIKA ZABOL VARDAK LOWGAR Deh Rawod Geresk Kabul Bamyan Parwan Konduz Mazar-e Sharif Herat Farah Chaghcharan Qal eh-ye Now PHASE 2 PHASE 3 PHASE 4 Geresk FARAH LASHKAR GAH QALAT GHAZNI HERAT GARDEZ KANDAHAR JALALABAD ASADABAD KHOWST BAMIAN TARIN KOWT PHASE 1 SHARANA PARWAN MAZAR-E SHARIF MAiMANA POLE KHUMRI FEYZABAD Coalition PRTs NATO PRTs KUNDUZ SEPT 04 Farh FARAH CHAGHCHARAN QAL ’ A-EH-NOW NATO’S EXPANSION IN THE FINAL STAGE

15 IRAQ NATO TRAINING MISSION-IRAQ (NTIM-I) MISSION-IRAQ (NTIM-I)

16 SACEUR addressing KURDISH Trainees Demonstrate Alliance Support Strengthen Freedom, democracy, human rights, law & security Prepare for national elections in 2005 Fully functioning & self-sustaining IRAQI security structures NATO TRAINING MISSION – IRAQ (NTM-I)

17 NATO Support to AMIS II N ETHIOPIA UGANDA DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO CHAD LIBYA EGYPT ERITREA KENYA Red Sea Sea Juba Khartoum Nyala Kassala Damazin Malakal El Obeid Dongola El Fasher Port Sudan CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC SAUDI ARABIA Addis Ababa Deploy 8 AU Battalions Capacity Building Workshops HQ DITF/ SMLO Team HQ DITF/ SMLO Team NATO Mission Capacity building Map exercise Airlift coordinating NATO Mission Capacity building Map exercise Airlift coordinating

18 EADRCC Nations’ offers NATO support to US (Hurricane Katrina) Air movement (AMCC control)

19 NAC approval Joint Command Lisbon NATO’s Euro- Atlantic Disaster Relief Coord Centre (EADRCC) NATO Support to PAKISTAN

20 PAKISTAN OPERATION - STATISTICS NATO Disaster Relief Operation STATISTICS Air bridges: Approximately 170 flights flew 3500 tons of tents, stoves, blankets, sleeping bags, medical supplies, etc. Field Hospitals: Treated some 7500 patients, conducted 160 major surgeries and mobile medical teams treated 9700 patients. Engineers: Repaired more than 60 km of roads, constructed 110 shelters, distributed potable water and upgraded a permanent spring water system for 8500 persons per day. Helicopters: Flew 1750 tons of relief supplies and evacuated 7650 disaster victims.

21 Katrina / Pakistan Responsiveness Mission Complete 04 Sep US request For assistance 07 Sep 12 Sep 08 Sep SHAPE Warning Order Issued First NATO Aircraft Arrives US SHAPE OPLAN Submitted To NATO HQ 09 Sep SHAPE OPLAN Approved ACTORD Released 30 Sep All cargo At Ramstein 02 Oct Last Flight to US 04 Oct 9 Donor Nations 12 Flights to US 189 tonnes delivered 10 Oct Pak request For assistance 11 Oct 12 Oct SHAPE Warning Order / OPLAN submitted First NATO Aircraft departs 11 OCT SHAPE OPLAN Approved ACTORD Released 13 Oct First NATO Aircraft Arrives Pakistan ‘Making it work 24/7/365’ Katrina Pakistan 4 Feb 06 Planned End Date

22 RIGA 2006  "The Riga Summit consolidated and reinforced the evolution of NATO to continue to defend the interests and values of its member states, of course maintaining the Article V commitment at its heart…“

23 NATO 2007 *TURKEY RECOGNISES THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA WITH ITS CONSTITUTIONAL NAME Accession of 7 nations to NATO: Latvia Lithuania Romania Slovakia Bulgaria Slovenia Estonia Aspiring Nations: Croatia Albania Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia*

24 EU-NATO COOPERATION ( good example operation Althea) ISAF MISSION IN AFGHANISTAN LONG TERM COMMITMENT TO OPERATIONS FUNDING CHALLENGES “You need three things to win a war, money, money and more money” Trivulzio ( )

25 SHAPE RAA Successor SHAPE RAA Successor Jerzy Wiatrowski LTC PL A

26 SHAPE - Mons Reserve Affairs Advisor

27 QUESTIONS?


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