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Force Engagement studies

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K.23.R - THE TRAINING OF HELICOPTER CREWS

Study K.23.R deals with the possible joint training of helicopter crews within the FINABEL countries. The notion of crew has been limited to that of pilots and captains. The current types of crew training are compared by incorporating them into a standard matrix. Possible cooperation in the area of training in flying technique have been listed. Recommendations for a joint training are given based on national views in this matter

A.18.R - CROWD MOVEMENTS

WHAT METHODS OF ACTION SHOULD A MULTINATIONAL FORCE INVOLVED IN THE CONTEXT OF PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS DEPLOY IN ORDER TO DEAL WITH CROWD MOVEMENTS LIKELY TO PREVENT IT FROM ACCOMPLISHING ITS MISSION

A.17.R - THE INTEGRATION OF ONE OR MORE BATTALIONS INTO A MULTINATIONAL BRIGADE

Since the beginning of the Nineties, we have witnessed the disappearance of the visible military threat, a considerable differentiation in the security environment and a new effort at promoting the conditions for arms reduction. We see non-traditional elements of instability emerging, which could constitute a threat to European security. These factors have led to the current review of NATO’s and the EU's military strategy, and of the role, structure and organisation of their member countries' armed forces.

F.24.R - CONSEQUENCES OF THE USE OF PRECISION MUNITIONS ON THE BATTLEFIELD

Precision munitions for surface-to-surface artillery are defined as those munitions which are able to hit a target with a specific circular error probable (CEP) whose  accuracy is greater than that achieved by conventional munitions. These munitions have internal and/or external systems for their terminal guidance to the target. By using precision munitions, the artillery will be capable to using its fire power directly against the targets located in the objective area, obtaining at least the same effects as conventional munitions with a much smaller number of rounds

A.16.R -THE EFFECT OF THE OTTAWA CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF ANTI-PERSONNEL MINES IN SMALL UNIT

The aim of the study is to list and analyse the consequences, both tactical and doctrinal, of the prohibition of anti-personnel mines (AP mines) for use by the small units of the FINABEL Member States' land forces, and then make proposals and suggestions in these two areas.

D.16.R - THE ANTI-AIRCRAFT ARTILLERY OF PROJECTION FORCES IN THE 2015 TIMEFRAME

This study studies the anti-aircraft artillery in the context of the deployment, outside the homeland of the FINABEL member countries, of a projection forces carrying out military actions in war or peace support. The projected force must have an anti-aircraft defence capable of operating during all phases of the projection operation. For anti-aircraft defence to be really effective, it is necessary that the land forces' surface-to-air defence system to be connected to the air defence C4I system. In the 2015 timeframe, it will be necessary to have interoperable command and control systems to enable an integrated global system to be set up.

F.23.R - CHANGES TO BE MADE TO THE COMMAND AND EMPLOYMENT OF THE ARTILLERY

This report describes the artillery's current and future missions and capabilities. It studies the question of whether, and possibly how the artillery employment doctrine must or could be altered to suit the changes and the acquisition of modern artillery systems, taking account of the general situation and of deciding factors such as the analysis of the threat, the range of missions and the technological changes in the acquisition assets, weapons and command systems.

The report also gives an account of any possible repercussions from the structural point of view.

In particular, the report draws conclusions with regard to the employment doctrine based on:

-           a threat from an enemy with similar capabilities,

-           a change in artillery requirements,

-           the changing technical requirements of the new artillery weapons systems,

-           the capabilities of future artillery weapons systems.

The aim of the report is also to analyse the impact of future technological changes on all the structures and attempts to show the interaction between the systems' capabilities and the employment doctrine.

K.22.R - THE FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT OF AIRMOBILE COMBAT BEYOND THE RANGE OF LAND-BASED FORCES

The aim of this study is to take stock of the support, within and outside of the 3rd dimension, necessary for carrying out airmobile operations beyond the range of forces on the ground.

A.15.R - INFLUENCE OF CIVIL/MIL OPERATIONS, PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS AND RELATIONS WITH THE MEDIA

INFLUENCE OF CIVIL/MILITARY OPERATIONS, PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS AND RELATIONS WITH THE MEDIA IN THE CONTEXT OF PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS
The aim of the study is to define the factors that influence civil/military cooperation, the psychological operations and relations with the media and to analyse how these factors can be taken into account by the military commander and his Staff in the different phases of a peace support operation.

K.21.R - MILITARY REQUIREMENTS CONCERNING THE CAPABILITIES OF FUTURE HELICOPTERS

MILITARY REQUIREMENTS CONCERNING THE CAPABILITIES OF FUTURE HELICOPTERS AS WEAPON SYSTEMS

The aim of this study is to give a summary of the military capabilities that post-2010 helicopters will need to have in order to be capable of accomplishing missions assigned to helicopters in the context of land operations and joint sevice operations 

 

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