Lieutenant General Jürgen Knappe, JSEC Commander, welcomed him in his office, “I am grateful for Joint Warfare Centre’s contribution to the exercise. It is another important milestone on our road to full readiness.”
Another important milestone on our way to operational readiness...
The Admiral and his team direct the command post exercise (CPX) portion of NATO's flagship exercise, Steadfast Defender 2021, with JSEC as the primary training audience. Through the JWC’s collective defence scenario, NATO will test and evaluate JSEC’s ability to conduct and support military response options that enable movement control, security coordination, force protection, as well as liaison between Allied forces, the nations, and other stakeholders.
Lieutenant General Jürgen Knappe, JSEC Commander, welcoming Rear Admiral Jan C. Kaack, Commander of the Joint Warfare Centre, in his office. (JSEC picture by Airman First Class Gina Seegert, DEU AF)
The JWC is a multi-national and multi-service NATO organization with nearly 270 military and civilian personnel from seventeen nations, based in Stavanger, Norway. It provides NATO's training focal point for full spectrum joint operational level warfare. With its multiple capabilities, the JWC contributes to the overall warfighting readiness of NATO Command and Force Structure Headquarters and, when directed, National and/or NATO Headquarters deploying on operations.