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Joint Force Training Centre

Joint Force Training Centre
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Active31 March 2004–
Country NATO
Part ofAllied Command Transformation
HeadquartersBydgoszcz, Poland
Websitewww.jftc.nato.int/
JFTC entrance

The Joint Force Training Centre (JFTC) is a NATO headquarters located in Bydgoszcz, Poland, responsible to Allied Command Transformation at Norfolk, Virginia, in the United States.

History

The Joint Force Training Centre, which started on March 31, 2004, focuses on joint and combined training at the tactical level. In particular, it focuses on the conduct of joint tactical training to achieve joint tactical interoperability at the key tactical interfaces.[1] It reached full operational capability on June 30, 2006.[2]

It cooperates with other national training centres, including Partnership for Peace training centres and the Centre of Excellence. As a priority, the JFTC provides support to the NATO Response Force (NRF) joint and component commanders in the training and exercising of the NRF, focusing on joint and combined competences.[3]

In October 2008, JFTC relocated from its home on ul. gen. Józefa Dwernickiego (gen. Józefa Dwernickiego Street) to a new simulations centre on ul. Szubińska (Szubińska Street).[4]

Locations of NATO's two strategic commands—Allied Command Transformation (ACT; yellow marks) and Allied Command Operations (ACO; red marks)—the latter of which has Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) as its headquarters. The subordinate centres of ACT and subordinate commands and joint force commands of ACO are also shown.

The NATO Military Command Structure consists of two strategic commands and is directed by the International Military Staff:[5]

The commands under SACEUR - Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum, Allied Joint Force Command Naples and Joint Force Command Norfolk are Operational Level Commands, while Headquarters Allied Air Command, Headquarters Allied Maritime Command and Headquarters Allied Land Command are Tactical Level Commands.[6] SACEUR also has operational command of the Joint Support and Enabling Command.[7]

Liaison:      Provides advice and support to the NAC
Political strategic level:
NA Council
NATO SG
Brussels, BE
IS
Brussels, BE
Military strategic level:
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CMC (NATO MC)
International Military Staff DGIMS (IMS)
Brussels, BE
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SACEUR
(ACO, SHAPE)
Mons, BE
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SACT
(ACT, HQ SACT)
Norfolk, US
Operational level:
Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum JFCBS Brunssum, NLJoint Warfare Centre JWC Stavanger, NO
Allied Air Command AIRCOM Ramstein, DEJoint Analysis and Lessons Learned Centre JALLC Lisbon, PT
Allied Maritime Command MARCOM Northwood, GBJoint Force Training Centre JFTC Bydgoszcz, PL
Allied Land Command LANDCOM İzmir, TR
NATO Communication and Information Systems Group CIS GP Mons, BE
Allied Joint Force Command Naples JFCNP Naples, IT
JFC-NF Norfolk, Virginia, US


References

  1. ^ "Improving Interoperability through Innovation". NATO. Retrieved 30 September 2020.
  2. ^ "NATO's Allied Command Transformation holds official signing ceremony for new Centre of Excellence, JFTC". NATO. Retrieved 30 September 2020.
  3. ^ "Brilliant Joust 2018 NATO Response Force continuity training in Poland". NATO. Retrieved 30 September 2020.
  4. ^ "The Minister of Defence, Mr. Bogdan Klich, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Radoslaw Sikorski, and the Director of JFTC, Maj Gen Agner Rokos, marked officially the opening of the new training building at Szubinska street". NATO. 22 October 2008. Retrieved 30 September 2020.
  5. ^ "Command Structure" (PDF). NATO. Retrieved 19 October 2019. and "Military Command Structure". shape.nato.int. Supreme Head Allied Powers Europe. 12 February 2020. Retrieved 12 February 2020.
  6. ^ "MILITARY COMMAND STRUCTURE". shape.nato.int. NATO. 7 October 2020. Retrieved 7 October 2020.
  7. ^ Boeke, Sergei (13 January 2020). "Creating a secure and functional rear area : NATO's new JSEC Headquarters". nato.int. NATO. Retrieved 9 October 2020. JSEC is part of the NATO Force Structure and under the operational command of the Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR).

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