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Force Engagement studies

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A.19.R PROTECTION OF FORCES WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF A FINABEL INTERVENTION UNDER MULTINATIONAL COMMAND

Security of the force is a constant concern for the commander of any operation. All military activities relating to the preparation, projection, employment or withdrawal of a military force always have an underlying security component aimed at ensuring that the commander has the prevention, warning and response capabilities to counter possible threats against the units under his command. The recent events (as prime example the terrorist attack of September 11th 2001) in the modern operational environment have shown the diversity of the threats and the changing nature of conflict (intensity, location, ways of engagement, opponents, etc.) This group of new elements (asymmetry, non-linearity) has imposed several deep changes in the composition and action of the forces engaged (multinational projected forces, etc ) to counter these new threats. Asymmetry, non linearity, multinational character, joint action, as well as the concern to limit "human losses" are new factors that increase the complexity of the operational environment and consequently the constant wish of the commander for the protection and safety of the forces under his command.

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.

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.

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.

A.14.R - INTEGRATION OF FINABEL COUNTRIES’ ISTAR CAPABILITIES

THE INTEGRATION OF FINABEL COUNTRIES’ ISTAR CAPABILITIES IN THE CONTEXT OF MULTINATIONAL OPERATIONS
The aim of the study is to study the need for and the conditions of increased integration of national ISTAR capabilities within a multinational and combined joint framework; propose recommendations on the integration of their ISTAR capabilities (resources, structures and concepts) to the FINABEL countries

A.13.R - EMPLOYMENT OF LAND FORCES IN BUILT-UP AREAS IN THE CONTEXT OF PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS

The aim of this is to define the procedures of use of FINABEL land forces in built-up areas for carrying out peace support operations.

A.12.R - THE EMPLOYMENT OF NON-LETHAL WEAPONS IN TASKS ASSIGNED TO FINABEL LAND FORCES

The aim of the study is to identify the various situations in which non-lethal weapons could be used by FINABEL land forces, either in isolation or in conjunction with conventional weapons.

A.11.R - EMPLOYMENT OF FORCES UN HUMANITARIAN ACTIONS

The aim of the study is to :

  • describe the framework in which such a mission will be carried out;
  • define the basic principles for humanitarian action;
  • set the possible missions to be performed;
  • define the methods for preparing and performing the action.

It could be of assistance in the preparation and commitment of FINABEL forces in humanitarian missions, as part of a multinational assistance force.

A.10.R - THE EMPLOYMENT OF INTERPOSITION FORCES.

The purpose of the study is :

  • to describe the general framework in which this type of action can be used,
  • to identify the nature of threats which the forces charged with carrying out the action will face,
  • to define the particulars of preparing to execute the action,
  • to lay down principles of organisation.
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