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C.32.R - LOGISTICS IN SUPPORT OF A FINABEL PEACE SUPPORT OPERATION IN AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT

Action in a built-up environment renders support execution more complicated. Fractioning, partitioning and dispersion of units lead to a greater decentralization of logistic assets. In this perspective, modularity and fractioning of logistic assets must be looked for. An adequate balance between forward lightening and units autonomy must be found. Needs pertaining to terrain organization and projection requires to consent significant efforts. Logistic units must have protected vehicles and be equipped with communication assets. Roughness of engagement conditions and significant loss likeliness leads to a requirement for medical support in contact. Push mode should be preferred to pull mode. Complementarity and interoperability of national logistics is to be sought for, especially in the fields of medical support, transports, equipment salvaging, POL support but also as far as procedures are concerned. Taking into account population is unavoidable and will notably require cooperation with the NGOs.

C.30.R - COMPLEMENTARITY BETWEEN MILITARY AND CIVILIAN LOGISTICS

COMPLEMENTARITY BETWEEN MILITARY AND CIVILIAN LOGISTICS IN A THEATRE OF OPERATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF A PEACE SUPPORT OPERATION

This document studies the conditions of greater complementarity between the capabilities resulting from military and civilian logistics through commercial agreements concluded with persons or businesses from the public or private sectors, to provide certain logistic functions in an area of operations during a peace support operation.

C.31.R - REQUIREMENTS IN EQUIPMENT AND MATERIEL NECESSARY FOR PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS

IN-DEPTH STUDY OF THE REQUIREMENTS IN EQUIPMENT AND MATERIEL NECESSARY FOR PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS, INCLUDING EVERYTHING REQUIRED TO SUSTAIN THE FORCE THROUGHOUT ITS MISSION, MAKING IT POSSIBLE TO MAKE PROPOSALS FOR THE HARMONISATION AND JOINT PROCUREMENT OF SUCH EQUIPMENT

C.29.R - USE AND MANAGEMENT OF CONTAINERS

USE AND MANAGEMENT OF CONTAINERS, SUB-CONTAINERS AND FLATRACKS BY THE FINABEL COUNTRIES IN THE CONTEXT OF MULTINATIONAL PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS

Out of an obvious concern for clarity, in this chapter we have chosen to explain the terminology and basic premises used throughout this study.

The concepts "container" and "flatracks" are defined in Annex A. This Annex also contains more detailed information on the concept of independent load carrier and lorry handling system, since they are linked with the use of sub-containers and flatracks.

The concept of "sub-container" can be defined as follows: it is a container (having 8 ISO corners) whose dimensions on the ground are less than ISO 10 x 8 feet.

The acronym CHE means "Container Handling Equipment". It denotes a wide range of lifting resources capable of taking hold of and moving sub-containers.

The acronym MHE means "Materials Handling Equipment". It denotes a wide range of lifting resources.

C.28.R - COOPERATION BETWEEN THE FINABEL COUNTRIES IN THE AREAS OF THE LOGISTIC COMPONENT

COOPERATION BETWEEN THE FINABEL COUNTRIES IN THE AREAS OF THE  LOGISTIC COMPONENT OF PERSONNEL SUPPORT WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF  A MULTINATIONAL PEACE SUPPORT OPERATION

This study describes the organisation and makes a list of the (material and moral) asserts needed to maintain, throughout an operation, in all circumstances and at all stages, the combatant's operational capability, by meeting his vital requirements as well as his welfare aspirations

C.27.R - DEFINITION AND ANALYSIS OF THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF CIVILIAN-MILITARY COOPERATION

DEFINITION AND ANALYSIS OF THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF CIVILIAN-MILITARY COOPERATION(CIMIC) WITHIN A MULTINATIONAL PEACE SUPPORT OPERATION

In the context of a peace support operation (PSO) carried out by a multinational force, the aim of the CIMIC study is to:

-      define the basic principles;

-      define the terminology;

-      describe the functional areas;

-      analyse the missions within a staff during all the stages of a peace support operation;

-      define the organisation and military structures needed for civilian-military cooperation to be efficient.

C.24.R - LOGISTIC IMPLICATIONS OF THE DEPLOYMENT OF MULTINATIONAL FORMATIONS

LOGISTIC IMPLICATIONS OF THE DEPLOYMENT OF MULTINATIONAL FORMATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF OPERATIONS IN TIME OF CRISIS IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY

The aim of this study is to establish the most effective command structure and logistic* organization, including implementation procedures and methods, to ensure the specific logistic support of multinational formations involved in operations outside the FINABEL area during a crisis

C.23.R - ORGANISATION OF MEDICAL SUPPORT OF A MULTINATIONAL PEACE SUPPORT OPERATION

Following the redefinition of tasks for the armed forces of FINABEL nations, military units are deployed with increasing frequency in a multinational framework.  In a multinational operation, where capacity is available and within the limits of support provided for this type of engagement, the technical facilities of the medical services of the various countries must be able where necessary to meet the most urgent needs of the surrounding civilian population

C.20.R - LOGISTIC SUPPORT WITHIN A MULTINATIONAL FORMATION OPERATING IN THE EU THEATRE

The study will raise logistic problems connected with the constitution of a multinational unit with the aim of bringing to light the factors to be taken into consideration in order to determine if the integration of national units at the given level can be done and deduce what would be the level possible for integration
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