NATO SCHOOL Oberammergau is NATO’s premier individual training and education facility at the operational level

With courses, seminars and workshops, the NSO meets the current and emerging training needs of the Alliance and partner nations

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AM Stacey

Air Marshal Graham Stacey

Visit of COS ACT to NATO School Oberammergau (NSO)

By Sergeant Jamie Cavazos, Public Affairs Office

On 21 Apr 16, Air Marshal Graham Stacey, the Chief of Staff of NATO Allied Command Transformation, gave the keynote speech to the NATO Operational Law Course held at the NSO. The Air Marshal’s address on The Commander’s Expectations for Legal Support was well received by the multi-national audience and provided ample ammunition for debate and cross examination during the subsequent Question and Answer session. The visit concluded with an office call with the NSO Dean of Academics prior to the Air Marshal’s departure for Virginia.


JTIC

Maj Alessandro Di Rienzo, JTIC staff, facilitates joint targeting training at the Spanish Joint Operations Command

Joint Targeting Training in Madrid

By Lieutenant Colonel Michael Buchkoski
Department Director, Joint Targeting Interoperability Curriculum (JTIC) Department

In April 2016, JTIC staff from the NATO School Oberammergau (NSO) supervised the NATO Joint Targeting Staff Course at the Spanish Joint Operations Command (SJOC) in Madrid, Spain. The Targeting Staff Course provided 25 graduates with an understanding of the fundamentals of the NATO Joint Targeting Cycle and the various roles and responsibilities of NATO Targeteers. (read more...)


VADM Foggo

Vice Admiral James Foggo

Visit of COM STRIKFORNATO to the NATO School Oberammergau

By Colonel Zsolt Mikusi

On 14 Apr 16, Vice Admiral James Foggo, Commander US 6th Fleet and Commander Naval Striking and Support Forces NATO (STRIKFORNATO), paid his first visit to the NATO School. During his visit VADM Foggo addressed the NATO Non-Commissioned Officer Intermediate Leadership Course and visited the Exhibition of the History of the NATO School.


Gender Perspective

Gender Briefing at PfP Training and Education Centre, Ankara

NATO School Oberammergau (NSO) promotes Gender Perspectives across NATO

By Lieutenant Commander Rémi Tremblay
Department Director, Standards, Evaluation & Training Department

At the 2014 NATO Wales Summit, the participating Heads of State and Government reaffirmed that integrating Gender Perspectives into NATO Operations and Training continued to be a high priority for the Alliance: We attach great importance to ensuring women’s full and active participation in the prevention, management, and resolution of conflicts, as well as in post-conflict efforts and cooperation [...] we have made significant progress in implementing UNSCR 1325 on Women, Peace and Security and related resolutions [...] Our on-going efforts to integrate gender perspectives into Alliance activities throughout NATO’s three core tasks will contribute to a more modern, ready, and responsive NATO. (read more...)


StratCom

StratCom Seminar in Madrid

NSO StratCom Seminar in Madrid

By Lt. Col. Enrique Silvela Díaz-Criado

From 15 to 19 February, a NATO Senior Officials Strategic Communications (STRATCOM) Familiarization Seminar took place in Madrid, requested by the Spanish Joint Operations Command. The Seminar counted on the presence of twenty general officers and three civilian officials, from the ministries of Foreign Affairs and Interior, as well as from the National Security Council staff. (read full article...)