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ETG.3.R (2011) OPTIMISED USE OF RESERVE FORCES ON OPERATIONS2012
ETG.2.R (2011) MANAGEMENT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS LINKED WITH ARMED COMMITMENTS2012
ETG.1.R (2011) C2 STRUCTURE IN NON MILITARY COMMITMENTS2012
KNO.1.R INTEL SUPPORT IN COUNTER-INSURGERY OPERATIONS2012
MAN.1.R LOGISTIC SUPPORT IN URBAN AREAS2012
ENG.1.R The use of helicopters in the EU BG concept including the MEDEVAC role2012
FDE.2.R HOW TO ENHANCE INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AMONGST FINABEL LAND FORCES2012
ETG.2.R (2010) The judicialisation of operations outside the national territory2012
ENG.2.R (SNIPING AND COUNTER SNIPING TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT WITHIN EU LED LAND OPERATIONS)2012
FDE.1.R - To define the FINABEL Land Forces (FLF) contribution2011
C.40.R - “GENERIC MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING,2011
R.26.R THE IMPLICATION OF A SATELLITE BROADCAST CAPABILITY TO SUPPORT MULTINATIONAL FORCES2011
ETG.1.R (2010) - “COUNTER IED TRAINING AND EDUCATION STUDY”2011
T.38.R - The future operational environment2010
R.25.R A guide to the development and implementation of Command and Control procedures and practises2010
F.Q.T.3 - Holistic capability-centric approach to C-IED operations.2010
A.27.R - CLOSE AIR SUPPORT (CAS) OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF AN EUBG OPERATION.2010
M.19.R - TRAINING AND PRE-DEPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS OF THE EU BG2010
C.39.R - LOGISTIC INTELLIGENCE2010
A.26.R - INTEGRATION OF EFFECTS WITHIN THE DECISION MAKING PROCESS2010
M.18.R - TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE LESSONS OF RECENT CONFLICTS2010
L.28.R - ISTAR CONCEPT FOR EU BATTLE GROUP (BG)2010
R.14.R - IMPACT OF THE COEXISTENCE OF COTS PRODUCTS AND SPECIFIC MILITARY PRODUCTS IN THE CCIS2009
R.04.R - MAINTENANCE OF OPERATIONAL SOFTWARE2009
C.38.R - DEVELOPING LOGISTIC SUPPORT FOR AN EU BATTLE GROUP2009
L.26.R - THE IMPACT OF NETWORKED ENABLED CAPABILITY2009
R.24.R - INFORMATION MANAGEMENT IN A DIGITIZED BATTLE SPACE2009
G.29.R - FORCE PROTECTION FOR EU BG OPERATIONS.2009
G.27.R - FIELD CAMPS OF FORCES DEPLOYED ON OPERATIONS2009
T.36.R - A CONCEPTUAL BASIS FOR THE LAND OPERATIONS OF FINABEL COUNTRIES.2009
G.28.R - CBRN - EOD RISK MANAGEMENT TOOL FOR THE INCIDENT COMMANDER WITHIN AN EU BG OPERATION2009
C.37.R - CONTRACTOR SUPPORT TO MULTINATIONAL FORCES ON DEPLOYED OPERATIONS2009
L.27.R - INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO C-IED (COUNTER IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICES) OPERATIONS.2009
R.23.R - ENHANCING THE C2 OF MULTINATIONAL OPERATIONS THROUGH THE USE OF REACH BACK CAPABILITIES2008
G.26.R - LOGISTIC FORCE PROTECTION ON A MULTINATIONAL OPERATION2008
G.26.R - LOGISTIC FORCE PROTECTION ON A MULTINATIONAL OPERATION2008
A.24.R - OPERATIONAL CO-OPERATION WITH PRIVATE MILITARY COMPANIES (PMC)2008
T.35.R - RELEVANCE AND POSSIBLE ROLES OF COMBAT SUPPORT UNITS (CSU) IN ASYMMETRIC WARFARE.2008
C.36.R - ORGANISATION OF THEATRE LOGISTIC SUPPORT FOR AN EXPEDITIONARY MULTINATIONAL TASK FORCE2008
M.17.R - MINIMUM TRAINING STANDARDS FOR COMBAT SUPPORT2008
L.25.R - ISTAR SUPPORT TO INFORMATION OPERATIONS (INFO OPS)2008
A.25.R - EUROPEAN UNION BATTLE GROUP MANUAL2008
T.37.R - EUROPEAN UNION BATTLE GROUP MANUAL.2008
A.23.R - BALANCE OF METHODS OF ACTION, WITHIN THE CONTINUUM OF OPERATIONS, WHEN FACING AN INSURGENCY2008
K.28.R - THE CO-OPERATION AND INTERACTION OF AIR MOBILE FORCES2007
M.16.R - TRAINING FOR MILITARY OPERATIONS IN URBAN AREAS2007
L.23.R - ISTAR SUPPORT TO OPERATION IN URBAN AREAS2007
F.29.R - THE ROLE OF ARTILLERY IN JOINT FIRES CO-ORDINATION2007
F.30.R - OPTIMISING THE METHODS OF AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT2007
R.22.R - NETWORK ENABLED CAPABILITY CHALLENGES2007
C.35.R - COMMAND AND CONTROL (C2) IN THE FIELD OF MULTINATIONAL LOGISTICS2007
C.35.R - COMMAND AND CONTROL (C2) IN THE FIELD OF MULTINATIONAL LOGISTICS2007
G.25.R - MODIFICATION OF CBRN DEFENCE ACCORDING TO LESSONS LEARNED FROM RECENT OPERATIONS2007
G.24.R - WATER SUPPLY ON OPERATIONS2007
L.24.R - GENERIC OPPOSING FORCE2007
R.21.R - NAVIGATION WARFARE (NAVWAR) IN FUTURE MULTINATIONAL JOINT OPERATIONS2007
L.22.R - Role of ISTAR in support of a deployed Task Force engaged in fighting terrorist activities.2006
K.27.R - THE USE OF AN AIRMOBILE FORCE AS PART OF AN INITIAL ENTRY CAPABILITY OF A HIGH READINESS FO2006
A.22.R - VARIOUS ASPECTS OF LAND FORCES DOCTRINE IN PARTICULAR WITH REGARD TO ASYMMETRIC THREATS2006
T.32.R - ROLE OF THE LIGHT, MEDIUM AND HEAVY LAND FORCES2006
T.33.R - POST-CONFLICT STABILISATION OPERATIONS2006
M.15.R - THE ROLE OF TRAINING AND EDUCATION AS A TOOL FOR RECRUITING2006
C.34.R - PARTICIPATION IN THE SETTING UP OF A RECEPTION, STAGING2006
A.21.R - FUTURE SOLDIER (SOLDIER MODERNISATION)2006
F.28.R - THE EMPLOYMENT OF SURFACE-TO-AIR ARTILLERY IN URBAN AREAS2006
K.26.R - REQUIREMENTS OF HELICOPTER FORCES FOR CARRYING OUT AIRMOBILE OPERATIONS2005
L.21.R - THE EMPLOYMENT OF BRIGADE-LEVEL ISTAR ASSETS IN THE 2015 TIMEFRAME.2005
C.33.R - DEFINITION OF THE AREAS OF LOGISTIC SUPPORT2005
G.23.R - ENGINEERS AND ROBOTISATION2005
M.14.R - STUDY THE TRAINING CYCLE OF THE UNITS TAKING ACCOUNT OF THEIR OPERATIONAL EMPLOYMENT2005
R.20.R - FACILITATION OF COMMAND AND CONTROL OF MULTINATIONAL FORCES2005
F.27.R - THE EMPLOYMENT OF FIRE SUPPORT IN URBAN AREAS2005
L.20.R - INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT FORCE PROTECTION2005
R.19.R - INFORMATION WARFARE IN THE CURRENT THEATRE OF OPERATIONS2005
T.31.R - STUDY OF THE CAPABILITIES THAT ARMIES CAN MAKE AVAILABLE FOR HOMELAND DEFENCE...2005
G.22.R - ENGINEER SUPPORT FOR MILITARY OPERATIONS IN URBAN AREAS2005
K.25.R - THE EMPLOYMENT OF HELICOPTERS IN BUILT-UP AREAS2005
M.13.R - THE IMPORTANCE AND POSSIBILITIES OF “OUTSOURCING” TRAINING2004
A.20.R - MECHANISED UNITS COMBAT IN URBAN AREA.2004
A.19.R PROTECTION OF FORCES WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF A FINABEL INTERVENTION UNDER MULTINATIONAL COMMAND2004
C.32.R - LOGISTICS IN SUPPORT OF A FINABEL PEACE SUPPORT OPERATION IN AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT2004
T.29.R - TO DEVELOP A COMMON FINABEL VISION OF THE OPERATIONS ENVIRONMENT IN THE 2020 TIMEFRAME2003
K.24.R - THE AIRMOBILE UNITS’ 3D COORDINATION REQUIREMENTS2003
C.30.R - COMPLEMENTARITY BETWEEN MILITARY AND CIVILIAN LOGISTICS2003
F.26.R - THE ENGAGEMENT OF LOW RCS - RADAR CROSS SECTION -TARGETS2003
T.30.R - APPROPRIATENESS OF REPLACING TACTICAL TRACKED VEHICLES BY WHEELED VEHICLES.2003
M.12.R - COMPARE THE CURRENT AND FUTURE USE OF SIMULATION SYSTEMS2003
R.18.R - EMPLOYMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CCIS) FOR THE SUPPORT OF CRISIS RESPONSE OPERATIONS (CRO2003
F.25.R - THE ROLE OF FORWARD OBSERVERS IN FUTURE THEATRES OF OPERATIONS2003
L.18.R - PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS.2003
L.19.R - CONTRIBUTION OF INTELLIGENCE TO CIVIL-MILITARY COOPERATION (CIMIC)2003
C.31.R - REQUIREMENTS IN EQUIPMENT AND MATERIEL NECESSARY FOR PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS2002
G.20.R - ENGINEER SUPPORT FOR CIMIC2002
R.17.R - BATTLESPACE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT POLICY2002
K.23.R - THE TRAINING OF HELICOPTER CREWS2002
A.17.R - THE INTEGRATION OF ONE OR MORE BATTALIONS INTO A MULTINATIONAL BRIGADE2002
A.18.R - CROWD MOVEMENTS2002
C.29.R - USE AND MANAGEMENT OF CONTAINERS2001
F.24.R - CONSEQUENCES OF THE USE OF PRECISION MUNITIONS ON THE BATTLEFIELD2001
L.16.R - THE ISTAR CONCEPT FOR THE FINABEL COUNTRIES2001
G.19.R - SUBSTITUTE FOR ANTI-PERSONNEL MINES2001
A.16.R -THE EFFECT OF THE OTTAWA CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF ANTI-PERSONNEL MINES IN SMALL UNIT2001
D.16.R - THE ANTI-AIRCRAFT ARTILLERY OF PROJECTION FORCES IN THE 2015 TIMEFRAME2001
F.23.R - CHANGES TO BE MADE TO THE COMMAND AND EMPLOYMENT OF THE ARTILLERY2001
R.15.R - REQUIREMENTS FOR AND CONSEQUENCES OF LINKING C2IS AND SIMULATION TOOLS2001
R.16.R - RECIPROCAL INFLUENCE OF DIGITISATION AND FUNCTIONING OF A MULTINATIONAL HQ2001
K.22.R - THE FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT OF AIRMOBILE COMBAT BEYOND THE RANGE OF LAND-BASED FORCES2001
L.17.R - INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT FOR C2 WARFARE2000
G.18.R - GAP-CROSSING ENGINEER TASKS IN THE 20102000
A.15.R - INFLUENCE OF CIVIL/MIL OPERATIONS, PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS AND RELATIONS WITH THE MEDIA2000
C.28.R - COOPERATION BETWEEN THE FINABEL COUNTRIES IN THE AREAS OF THE LOGISTIC COMPONENT2000
K.21.R - MILITARY REQUIREMENTS CONCERNING THE CAPABILITIES OF FUTURE HELICOPTERS2000
T.28.R - THE INTEGRATION OF SENIOR OFFICERS IN ANOTHER NATION’S SENIOR HEADQUARTERS2000
T.27.R - THE RAPID DEPLOYMENT FUNCTION IN FINABEL COUNTRIES' LAND FORCES2000
G.17.R - FUTURE OBSTACLES2000
M.10.R - HARMONISE INSTRUCTION AND TRAINING PROGRAMMES2000
M.08.R - STUDY OF THE WAY IN WHICH FINABEL COUNTRIES EVALUATE AND QUANTIFY THE RESULTS2000
L.15.R - DIGITIZATION AND INTELLIGENCE.2000
T.26.R - FUTURE COMMAND STRUCTURES REQUIRED FOR THE COMMAND OF MULTINATIONAL FORCES1999
C.27.R - DEFINITION AND ANALYSIS OF THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF CIVILIAN-MILITARY COOPERATION1999
D.14.R - ALL ARMS AIR DEFENCE1999
D.13.R - OPERATIONAL CONCEPT OF AN ANTI-AIRCRAFT ARTILLERY’S FUTURE C2 SYSTEM1999
G.02.C - DEGREES OF LOADING IMPOSED ON1999
K.20.R - CSAR AND LIMEX IN THE CONTEXT OF AIRMOBILE OPERATIONS1999
K.19.R - DEEP AIRMOBILE OPERATIONS1999
A.14.R - INTEGRATION OF FINABEL COUNTRIES’ ISTAR CAPABILITIES1999
L.14.R - TRAINING CONCEPT FOR EMPLOYMENT OF INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES WITHIN A MULTINATIONAL FRAMEWOrk1998
M.07.R - COMPARISON OF INSTRUCTION AND TRAINING BETWEEN THE PROFESSIONAL ARMIES1998
A.13.R - EMPLOYMENT OF LAND FORCES IN BUILT-UP AREAS IN THE CONTEXT OF PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS1998
L.13.R - THE INTELLIGENCE CYCLE IN PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS1997
D.12.R - AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL1997
D.11.R - INTEROPERABILITY REQUIREMENTS OF SURFACE-TO-AIR ARTILLERY1997
K.16.R - POSSIBLE USES AND LIMITAIONS OF AIRMOBILE UNITS1997
K.17.R - POSSIBLE USES AND LIMITATIONS OF HELICOPTER UNITS FOR PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS1997
C.24.R - LOGISTIC IMPLICATIONS OF THE DEPLOYMENT OF MULTINATIONAL FORMATIONS1997
D.15.R - THE AIR THREAT IN THE 2015 TIMEFRAME1997
A.12.R - THE EMPLOYMENT OF NON-LETHAL WEAPONS IN TASKS ASSIGNED TO FINABEL LAND FORCES1997
A.20.A - COMBAT TYRES1997
L.12.R - COMPLEMENTARITY OF INTELLIGENCE ACQUISITION AND DISSEMINATION RESOURCES.1997
T.24.R - COOPERATION BETWEEN THE FINABEL COUNTRIES WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF UNITED NATIONS OPERATIONS1996
A.11.R - EMPLOYMENT OF FORCES UN HUMANITARIAN ACTIONS1996
D.10.R - ANTI AIRCRAFT ARTILLERY IN CRISIS1996
K.18.R - THE AIRMOBILITY CONCEPT1995
A.10.R - THE EMPLOYMENT OF INTERPOSITION FORCES.1995
C.23.R - ORGANISATION OF MEDICAL SUPPORT OF A MULTINATIONAL PEACE SUPPORT OPERATION1995
F.17.R - SURVIVAL OF ARTILLERY IN COMBAT IN THE 2010 TIMEFRAME1995
K.6.R - OPERATIONAL SUB-CONCEPT OF USE BY RAM AIR PARACHUTES MICROLIGHTS OR AUTOGIROS1994
C.20.R - LOGISTIC SUPPORT WITHIN A MULTINATIONAL FORMATION OPERATING IN THE EU THEATRE1993
G.11.R -MOBILITY SUPPORT1993
K.9.C - Authorisation Procedures for parachuting in FINABEL countries1986