|20 Jul. 2020 ||
Meet Dan Black, a cyber analyst protecting NATO networks against cyber threats
Dan Black is a senior analyst at NATO Headquarters, at NATO’s Emerging Security Challenges Division. This Canadian citizen deals with current and future security issues.
|20 May. 2020 ||
Meet Lt Col Piotr Wachna, a Polish chemical weapons expert, at the center of the COVID-19 fight
Lt Col Piotr Wachna is a deputy commander at the 4th Chemical Regiment of the Polish army based in Brodnica in north-central Poland. This regiment is considered to be the elite in the area of protection against chemical weapons.
|11 May. 2020 ||
New Innovation Advisory Board to boost NATO Maritime Unmanned Systems initiative
Participants of the NATO Maritime Unmanned Systems (MUS) initiative decided to create a new Innovation Advisory Board to address multiple challenges for developing unmanned solutions operating below, above and on the water. The NATO MUS initiative was originally launched in October 2018 by 13 Allied Defence Ministers with an ambitious agenda.
|21 Feb. 2020 ||
Who is Prof. Vladimir Vantsevich?
Six questions to a researcher shaping the future of transportation with smart autonomous vehicles
|18 Sep. 2019 ||
Why is it important to safeguard free access to the seas? Discover the role of a NATO maritime expert
Paul Beckley grew up in Long Island in south-eastern New York State. When he was a young boy, he liked watching the fishing boats entering the marina. “I loved the smell of the salt air,” says Paul. “Few years after, I joined the US Naval Academy. I was 18 years old.”
|17 Sep. 2019 ||
Portugal hosts maritime exercise in support of NATO’s Maritime Unmanned Systems Initiative
Dozens of unmanned underwater, surface and air vehicles from NATO countries are gathering in Portugal from 11 to 27 September 2019 to test new technological advances in unmanned maritime systems networks. The exercise is being held in the Sesimbra and Troia Peninsula area in the south of Lisbon.
|12 Apr. 2019 ||
NATO air forces wrap up exercise Frisian Flag
Exercise “Frisian Flag” – one of Europe’s largest annual air force training exercises – ended on Friday (12 April 2019). Over the course of the past two weeks, air forces from across the alliance trained for a variety of combat missions, including simulated air strikes and aerial refuelling. The aim of the exercise was to provide pilots and ground crews a chance to learn from each other and ensure they are ready to conduct a broad range of missions. Fifty aircraft from Germany, France, the Netherlands, Poland, the United Kingdom and the United States as well as Switzerland were involved in the event.
|04 Oct. 2018 ||
Four Allies sign agreement to create a Multinational Special Aviation Program with a training facility in Zadar, Croatia
On Thursday (4 October 2018), Defence Ministers from Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary and Slovenia signed a Memorandum of Understanding to create a Multinational Special Aviation Program.
|03 Oct. 2018 ||
Thirteen Allies to cooperate on the introduction of Maritime Unmanned Systems
At our Summit in Brussels in July, NATO leaders endorsed the implementation of NATO’s reinforced maritime posture. In support of this, on Wednesday (3 October 2018), Defence Ministers from thirteen NATO Allies signed a declaration of intent to cooperate on the introduction of Maritime Unmanned Systems.
|22 Aug. 2018 ||
Allies to receive first shipment of Precision Guided Munitions acquired through NATO
Today (22 August 2018), the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) received the first lot of Precision Guided Munitions (PGMs), acquired through a NATO project involving 11 Allies and one NATO partner. The PGMs, produced in the United States, will be delivered to their final recipients, Belgium and Denmark, in the coming weeks. The value of this initial acquisition is around 20 million US dollars.