The main focus of Colonel Nebe’s presentation was to explain the role of the new NATO operational level headquarters located in Ulm, Germany. He also reflected on JSEC’s particular connection to the IAV, deployment and sustainability, logistical chains, mobility, and operational level considerations in general.
JSEC is to deliver a defined, enabled and robust network for reinforcement and sustainment
NATO requires a defined, enabled and robust network for reinforcement and sustainment, from peace through crisis to conflict. JSEC will coordinate and synchronize this with all stakeholders in order to deliver and sustain forces at the appropriate speed in the required scale and against any threat in the respective area.
The International Armoured Vehicles Conference (IAV) is the world’s premier international meeting ground for all elements of the armoured community.
Technological developments enable equipment and vehicles to be as interoperable, interchangeable and modular as possible, e.g. by interoperable-platforms with reduced complexity. “Compliance with the size and the load capacity of Europe’s traffic system, particularly the railway system, is of utmost importance for a quick and reliable deployment of forces in theatre,” said Nebe.
Colonel Klaus Nebe, Deputy Chief of Staff in the Support Directorate, Joint Support and Enabling Command, at the International Armoured Vehicles Convention.
The session was chaired by retired Lieutenant General Ben Hodges, former Commanding General, US Army Europe.
The annual International Armoured Vehicles Conference has gained a reputation as the world’s premier international meeting ground for all elements of the armoured community. IAVs has established itself among the world’s Armies, Marine Corps, procurement officials, and industry representatives as the unbiased quality forum to focus solely upon land vehicles and force protection.