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Event and DescriptionDatesLocation

DYNAMIC MOVE II 19 (NATO)
To exercise naval mine warfare (NMW) tactics and procedures, the Allied Worldwide Navigational System (AWNIS) and Naval Cooperation and Guidance for Shipping (NCAGS) procedures in order to enhance participants ability to conduct littoral and amphibious operations.


1 - 12 SeptemberItaly

RAMSTEIN GUARD 9 19 (NATO)
The NATO Electronic Warfare Force Integration Programme is a means to exercise the NATO designated regional elements of NATO’s Integrated Air and Missile Defence System conducted through the CAOCs (Combined Air Operation Center) while also including some national systems and assets. It is designed to train AC Ramstein and subordinate units on the reporting/ coordination requirements while exposing them to a wide variety of EW (Electronic Warfare) tactics and techniques in a controlled environment.


5 - 10 SeptemberNorway

STEADFAST PYRAMID 19 (NATO)
An Exercise Study focused on further developing the abilities of commanders and senior staff to plan and conduct operations through the application of operational art in decision making based on the ACO Comprehensive Operations Planning Directive (COPD) and utilizing a complex, contemporary scenario.


8 - 13 SeptemberLatvia

KFOR ST III 19 (NATO)
Conducted to familiarise future Key Leaders of HQ KFOR with their new tasks, the overall situation in KFOR AOR (Area of Responsibility), and to prepare a smooth transition without loss of continuity.


8 - 16 SeptemberKosovo

DYNAMIC GUARD II - L 19 (NATO)
To maintain the level of proficiency  in SNMG2 (Standing NATO Maritime Group TWO) assigned units when not committed in NATO Current Operation.


9 - 13 SeptemberTurkey

NOBLE BONUS 19 (NATO)
To refresh and exploit expertise from the current / previous NRF (NATO Response Force) cycles, familiarise newcomers with DJHQ (Deployed Joint Headquarter) Concept and NRF standards and procedures. To conduct integration training for operational level HQ. To practice and harmonize procedures, standards and battle rhythm of an Operational Level HQ (DJHQ).


9 - 18 SeptemberItaly

STEADFAST PINNACLE 19 (NATO)
An Exercise Study focused on further developing the abilities of commanders and senior staff to plan and conduct operations through the application of operational art in decision making based on the ACO (Allied Command Operations) Comprehensive Operations Planning Directive (COPD) and utilising a complex, contemporary scenario.


15 - 20 SeptemberLatvia

STEADFAST FLOW 19 (NATO)
To provide training for Movement planning staffs and their respective Allied Deployment and Movement System (ADAMS) operators throughout NATO and from potential Partnership for Peace troop contributing nations. This is accomplished by putting into practice, in a simulated environment, current Allied strategic movement planning processes and exercising/evaluating NATO Movement procedures.


23 - 27 SeptemberTurkey

BRILLIANT BLISTER 19 (NATO)
To train NRF (NATO Response Force) 2020 CBRN-Cell (Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear) Staff in joint operations using CBRN threat scenario. To improve NRF CBRN-Cell's Warning and Reporting capability.


24 - 29 September
Germany

TRIDENT JACKAL 19 (NATO)
Trident Jackal 19 (TRJA 19) is a HQ SACT sponsored, operational level CAX/CPX (Computer-Assisted Command Post Exercise) that will train, evaluate and support the certification of NATO RAPID DEPLOYABLE CORPS.


28 September - 10 OctoberNorway and  Spain

STEADFAST APPROVAL IV 19 (NATO)
Operational evaluation of new ACCS (Air Command and Control System) sites at replication nations prior to transition to NATINAMDS (NATO Integrated Air and Missile Defence System) operations.


1 - 31 October

Germany and Spain

NATO ADVISORY LIAISON TEAM PRE-DEPLOYMENT TRAINING (NALT) II 19 (NATO)
To increase advisory proficiency and capability/enhance advisor understanding of capacity building.


1 - 16 OctoberKosovo

DYNAMIC MARINER 19 (NATO)
To exercise NRF 2020 CC-Mar HQs (Component Command Maritime Headquarters) and Forces (Combat Enhancement Training / Force Integration Training), validate the interoperability of NRF 2020 Maritime Forces at tactical level and serve as a LIVEX certification venue for ESP MARFOR designated as NRF 2020 Maritime Component Command.


8 - 19 October Spain 

RAMSTEIN GUARD 10 19 (NATO)
The NATO Electronic Warfare Force Integration Programme is a means to exercise the NATO designated regional elements of NATO’s Integrated Air and Missile Defence System conducted through the CAOCs (Combined Air Operation Centre) while also including some national systems and assets. It is designed to train Air Command Ramstein and subordinate units on the reporting/ coordination requirements while exposing them to a wide variety of Electronic Warfare (EW) tactics and techniques in a controlled environment.


14 - 18 OctoberTurkey

RAMSTEIN DUST II 19 (NATO)
The Deployable Air Control Centre Recognized Air Picture Production Centre Sensor Fusion Post (DARS) is to exercise the deployment in a simulated NATO-approved operation being able to control air missions incl. SAM-control and Air Traffic Management and Air Traffic Control, being able to provide area air surveillance and the production of a Recognized Air Picture (RAP) in parallel being able to execute other tactical control functions under the direction of a CAOC (Combined Air Operations Centre) /DCAOC (Deployable Combined Air Operations Centre) or as an independent AirC2 function.


21 October - 2 NovemberRomania

RS KLT 2 (Resolute Support Key Leader Training 2) 19 (NATO)

To prepare Key Leaders for their role and responsibilities prior their deployment to Resolute Support Mission (RSM), including team building.


5 - 13 NovemberThe Netherlands

TRIDENT JUPITER (NATO)

TRJU19 is Article 5 high intensity operation exercises to train the NRF (NATO Response Force) package and evaluate the NRF20 Component Commands planning and conducting a force entry operation, involving appropriate regional NATO C2 and NNEs (non-NATO entities).


5 - 14 NovemberEurope

RAMSTEIN GUARD 11 19 (NATO)

The NATO Electronic Warfare Force Integration Programme is a means to exercise the NATO designated regional elements of NATO’s Integrated Air and Missile Defence System conducted through the CAOCs (Combined Air Operation Center) while also including some national systems and assets. It is designed to train Air Command Ramstein and subordinate units on the reporting/ coordination requirements while exposing them to a wide variety of EW (Electronic Warfare) tactics and techniques in a controlled environment.


7 - 12 NovemberGermany

GRIFFIN FORCE II 2019 (NFS Exercise)

EX GRFE II-19 aims to test, improve and integrate the RSOM (Reception, Staging and Onward Movement) procedures for VJTF (Very High Readiness Joint Task Force ) and to build up a close relationship between HQ's, incoming forces and all other enablers.


10 - 14 NovemberEstonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland

DYNAMIC BONUS 19 2 (NATO)

To prepare and train the MARCOM to be ready as a HQ to perform MCC (Maritime Component Command) duties in a MJO+ (major joint operations).


11 - 16 NovemberUnited Kingdom

CYBER COALITION 19 (NATO)

While the exercise objectives may change, the exercise itself will be based on a scenario which involves significantly increased cyber threats and activities, but should remain below the NATO crisis threshold. The exercise objectives will always reflect a cyber defence exercise with emphasis on decision-making processes, technical and operational procedures, and collaboration between all participants.


18 - 23 NovemberEstonia

KFOR ST IV 19 (NATO)

Conducted to familiarize future Key Leaders of HQ KFOR with their new tasks, the overall situation in KFOR AOR (Area of Responsibility), and to prepare a smooth transition without loss of continuity.


8 - 16 DecemberKosovo

NAPLES RESERVE II 19 (NATO)

To orient and prepare the ORF (Operational Reserve Forces) Battalion's key personnel for a possible operation in the AOO (area of operations).To reinforce KFOR in the AOO coinciding with relevant events, to demonstrate NATO's capability to reinforce the forces in theater.


1 - 30 DecemberKosovo

RAMSTEIN GUARD 1 20 (NATO)

The NATO Electronic Warfare Force Integration Programme is a means to exercise the NATO designated regional elements of NATO’s Integrated Air and Missile Defence System conducted through the CAOCs (Combined Air Operation Center) while also including some national systems and assets. It is designed to train Air Command Ramstein and subordinate units on the reporting/ coordination requirements while exposing them to a wide variety of EW (Electronic Warfare) tactics and techniques in a controlled environment.


12 - 16 JanuaryNorway

GRIFFIN FORCE I 2020 (NATO Force Structure Exercise)

EX GRFE I-20 aims to bring together Stand-up VJTF (Very High Readiness Joint Task Force) (Land), HQs, HRN (Host Receiving Nation) and all respective stakeholders in order to initiate logistic planning and preparation process and build a foundation for a continued cooperation between HQ's, HRN, incoming forces and all other enablers.


20 - 22 JanuaryEstonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland

RS (Resolute Support) TE I 20 (NATO)

To train the incoming CSE (Command Staff Element) of the HQ RSM (Resolute Support Mission) and prepare them for operations in Afghanistan. The 4 blocks of training include: Mission Specific Training (MST), Functional Systems Training (FST) and Functional Area Training (FAT), Battle Staff Training (BST) and Two-Tier Mission Rehearsal Exercise (MRE).


21 - 30 JanuaryPoland

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