NADC Seminar on
Under the aegis of the NATO Air Defence Committee (NADC), a seminar will take place at Bled, Slovenia from 18 May to 21 May 1998 hosted by Slovenian Authorities. The seminar is organised in the context of the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC)/Partnership for Peace (PfP) Programme and the NADC's Cooperative Air Defence Programme. The theme of the seminar is "AEROSPACE POWER DOCTRINE".
Aerospace Power Doctrine
Experts from eleven NATO nations, fourteen Partner nations and associated military and civilian agencies are scheduled to participate in the seminar.
Amongst the topics to be presented and discussed are:
- Aerospace Power - Doctrines at Strategic and Tactical/operational level
- Doctrinal Aspects of Air Power in Peace Support Operations - a Swedish View
- Air Defence Guiding Principles at the Strategic Level
- The Challenges of Establishing a National Air Defence Doctrine
- Airspace Control and Coordination in Operation Northern Watch
- Doctrine for Airspace Control in Times of Crisis and War
The presentations and discussions on these topics will contribute to a common understanding on doctrinal issues related to aerospace power, particularly air defence aspects. In addition the civil-military airspace coordination and control dimension will be addressed. These issues are particularly relevant for NATO and Partners as doctrine is established, reviewed and revised to reflect the evolving strategic environment and dynamic civil-military relationship.
France will host the next Seminar in autumn 1998.
Note to Editors
The NATO AIR DEFENCE COMMITTEE (NADC) is the senior advisory body advising the North Atlantic Council on all air defence matters and includes all NATO nations. The NADC meets twice a year with senior Representatives from PfP Nations.
For further information in Slovenia, please contact:
Brigadier Joze Konda
Chief of Air Defence Section
General Staff of Slovenian Army
Kardeljeva pl. 25
1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Tel: +386 61 171 1086
Fax: +386 61 168 3337
For further information on the NADC, please contact:
Mr. L. van der Laan
NATO - DS/ADAM
Tel: +32 2 707 4763
Fax: +32 2 707 4103