South-Eastern Europe Brigade Multinational Peace Force

a.    Place: Multinational Engineer Battalion (MEB), Satu Mare (Nation 6).

b.    Type: FTX.

c.     Participants:

·         4 Nations contributing to the Multinational Engineer Battalion (Romania, Slovakia, Hungary and Ukraine);
·         1 Observer Nation: Serbia;
·         Observer Organisation: SEEBRIG.

d.     Remarks: The exercise aim was:

·         To train the MEB personnel in accomplishing specific natural disaster relief missions and to improve the chain of command relationship inside the BN HQ as well as to increase the level of readiness and interoperability for actions undertaken in common;
·         SEEBRIG had the possibility to exchange information about DRO-Disaster Relief Operations and to enhance cooperation with MEB.

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a.      Place: Germany (Lager Aulembach) and Nation 7 (Hadimköy, SIG COY Field).
b.      Type: NATO/PfP Communication and Information System (CIS).
c.      Participants: 40 countries, NATO and SEEBRIG - SEEBRIG HQ Cell and SEEBRIG Signal Coy, 8 persons in Germany and 4 people in Turkey.
d.      Remarks: The aim of this exercise was:
·         To test the CIS Equipment;
·         To achieve CIS interoperability among the participants in order to prepare and enable those nations to operate together in support of crisis response operations (CRO).

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  1. Place: Ataturk Wargaming and Simulation Center, Istanbul, Nation 7.
  2. Type: NATO / PfP / CAX ( Computer Assisted Ex ).
  3. Participants: 4 officers from HQ SEEBRIG as observers.
  4. Remarks: The aim of this exercise was enhance the capability of participants to plan and conduct Crisis Response Operations.
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  1. Place: Lager Aulembach – Germany and Constanta - Nation 6
  2. Type: NATO Frequency Management Exercise
  3. Participants: in Germany – from 42 nations and 2 officers from SEEBRIG G-6 section, 13 personnel from Na6 Signal Company, 4 personnel from Future Na7 Signal Company in Romania – 12 personnel from SEEBRIG Signal Company
  4. Remarks: The aim of this exercise was:

·         To train and exercise military spectrum managers in skills needed to Function as operational spectrum managers at the Theatre Frequency Management Cell of a Combined Joint Task Force;
·         Spectrum Tool Interoperability operationally validate US Spectrum XXI Coalition (SXXI – C) Server and Determine Turkish MARS and SXXI-C Interoperability.

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  1. Place: Bucharest (Nation 6), Skopje (Nation 5), SEDM Countries and SEEBRIG HQ.
  2. Type: CAX (Computer Assisted Exercise).
  3. Participants: SEDM Countries and SEEBRIG participants.
  4. Remarks: The aim of this exercise was:

·         To improve procedures for timely information exchange between national and regional coordination centers;
·         To train national Emergency Operational Centers (EOCs);
·         To improve procedures for coordination of humanitarian assistance, consequence management and disaster response operations;
·         To promote the cooperation between civil and military emergency planning authorities.

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a.      Place: Mamaia-Sat (Nation 6).
b.      Type: Communication and Information System (CIS).
c.      Participants: Romanian Signal Units and SEEBRIG Signal Coy.
d.      Remarks: The aim of this exercise was:
·         To help Romanian Ministry of Defense to detect systems and interconnectivity problems and to develop solutions;
·         To verify the interconnecting possibilities with the National Permanent System;
·         To manage the Romanian Army Telecommunication System from a Field Container.

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a.      Place: Germany (Lager Aulembach).
b.      Type: NATO Frequency Management Exercise.
c.      Participants: 26 countries and SEEBRIG - SEEBRIG HQ (CG-6 FMO).
d.      Remarks: The aim of this exercise was:
·         Train and exercise military spectrum managers in skills needed to function as operational spectrum managers at the Theatre Frequency Management Cell of a Combined Joint Task Force;
·         Spectrum Tool Interoperability: Operationally validate US Spectrum XXI Coalition (SXXI-C) Server and Determine Turkish MARS and SXXI-C Interoperability.

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  1. Place: Germany (Lager Aulembach) and Romania (Kogalniceanu Air Field).
  2. Type: NATO Communication and Information System (CIS).
  3. Participants: 43 countries, NATO and SEEBRIG - SEEBRIG HQ Cell and SEEBRIG Signal Coy, 15 persons in Germany and 25 People in Romania.
  4. Remarks: The aim of this exercise was:

·         To test the CIS Equipment;
·         To achieve CIS interoperability among the participants in order to prepare and enable those nations to operate together in support of crisis response operations (CRO).

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a.      Place: Nation 7.
b.      Type: Computer Assisted Exercise (CAX).
c.      Participants: All the SEDM countries.
d.      Remarks: The main objective for this exercise was:
·         To train the participants in identifying and managing the consequences resulted from disasters occurred after fictitious terrorist attacks;
·         It was a good opportunity to exercise and validate SEEBRIG Disaster Relief Operation Concept.

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  1. Place: Croatia.
  2. Type: Field Training Exercise (FTX).
  3. Participants: SEEBRIG Engineer Task Force(ETF), Croatia Engineers and US NAVY Engineers.
  4. Remarks:

·         The main goal of it was to validate operational capabilities, interoperability, command and control procedures in the field in order to enhance humanitarian intervention capabilities of Coalition Engineer Task Force (CETFOR);
·         1 bridge has been built, approximate 10 km of road has been improved, and 10 km of water pipeline has been installed in order to provide water for the first time for approximate 6000 people.

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  1. Place: Nation 7.
  2. Type: NATO/PfP/CAX (Computer Assisted Exercise).
  3. Participants: SEEBRIG HQs Response Cell and participants from x countries.
  4. Remarks: The target of this exercise was to promote the skills of participants to plan and execute multi-faced crisis response operations.
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