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Force Engagement studies

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K.6.R - OPERATIONAL SUB-CONCEPT OF USE BY RAM AIR PARACHUTES MICROLIGHTS OR AUTOGIROS

As all the above-mentioned resources can be set up unobtrusively in enemy disposition, the joint mission which can be carried out by means of these resources corresponds to infiltration into the enemy rear areas in order to provide intelligence, prepare, facilitate subsequent friendly engagement and/or carry out "commando" type actions.

K.17.R - POSSIBLE USES AND LIMITATIONS OF HELICOPTER UNITS FOR PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS

POSSIBLE USES AND LIMITATIONS OF HELICOPTER UNITS FOR PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS AND HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTIONS

The aim of study K.17.R is to examine the possible uses and limitations of helicopter units within national or multinational contingents used for peacekeeping operations and humanitarian interventions

 

K.18.R - THE AIRMOBILITY CONCEPT

Study K.18.R sets out to harmonise understanding, within FINABEL forces, of the way in which "airmobility" (according to the NATO definition given in AAP-6) can be used and if possible suggest the direction that this airmobility concept should take during the next 20 years

K.19.R - DEEP AIRMOBILE OPERATIONS

The aim of this study is to examine the employment of airmobile units in deep operations

K.25.R - THE EMPLOYMENT OF HELICOPTERS IN BUILT-UP AREAS

THE EMPLOYMENT OF HELICOPTERS IN BUILT-UP AREAS AND ITS CONSEQUENCES ON THEIR CAPABILITIES

Like for all other Army components, the urban areas remain extremely hostile to airmobile units. They can however develop the specific know-how and equipment which will enable them to conduct or participate in a large range of combat actions.

The major constraints for them are: navigation, vulnerability, the nature of their weapons in terms of effectiveness and the risk of collateral damage.

Their essential advantages are: their capability not to be disturbed by the obstacles in order to observe and engage from all directions, their capability to carry out both combat, combat support and combat service support missions, their capability to permit a rapid step-up of efforts, their capability to switch from one course of action to the other.

Consequently, the optimisation of their employment will require the development of orientation and protection assets as well as of accurate weapon systems with variable power.

Their engagement however also implies strict co-ordination measures and intensive training. 

K.16.R - POSSIBLE USES AND LIMITAIONS OF AIRMOBILE UNITS

POSSIBLE USES AND LIMITAIONS OF AIRMOBILE UNITS IN THE CONTEXT OF REACTION FORCES OPERATIONS

The aim of the report K.16.R is to study the possible uses and limitations of airmobile units in the context operations carried out by reaction forces

D.10.R - ANTI AIRCRAFT ARTILLERY IN CRISIS

ANTI AIRCRAFT ARTILLERY IN CRISIS AND IN PARTICULAR IN THE CONTEXT OF MULTINATIONAL AIRMOBILE  OPERATIONS

The aim of the paper is to establish a general concept of operations for the employment and implementation of anti aircraft artillery forces in various military engagements in time of crisis and to draw to the attention of FINABEL nations to any short comings that are identified, either nationally or multi nationally, in their ability to provide anti aircraft artillery defence in various operations and in particular in the context of multi national airmobile operations.

K.20.R - CSAR AND LIMEX IN THE CONTEXT OF AIRMOBILE OPERATIONS

The aim of this study is to list the operational and tactical procedures, as well as the equipment and personnel, required for carrying out combat search and rescue (CSAR) and limited extraction (LIMEX) in the context of airmobile operations

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.

D.11.R - INTEROPERABILITY REQUIREMENTS OF SURFACE-TO-AIR ARTILLERY

INTEROPERABILITY REQUIREMENTS OF SURFACE-TO-AIR ARTILLERY WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF MULTINATIONAL OPERATIONS

The aim of this document is to define the areas in which interoperability has to be ensured between the surface-to-air artillery units deployed in multinational operations, establish the existing possibilities which can be utilised to ensure a certain degree of interoperability and identify the measures which are to be taken/developed in the short-, medium- and long-term in the various areas to reach the required level of interoperability

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