NATO has several tools, capabilities, and partnerships, such as with the EU, it can use to enhance Allied CBRN defence capabilities. These include Civil Preparedness, a fundamental part of NATO’s approach to CBRN defence. Civil Preparedness aims to raise awareness of the CBRN environment, advise NATO Allies and partners on managing the consequences of a CBRN incident, and share best practice.
22 Participants from 12 Countries successfully finished the Virtual NATO CBRN Defence Evaluators Course
The JCBRN Defence Centre of Excellence (COE) virtually conducted the NATO CBRN Defence Evaluators course between 19th and 23rd of April 2021. The event was delivered using Microsoft Teams software.
The aim of this training was to prepare personnel responsible for the evaluation of CBRN defence area for the NATO Response Force (NRF), achieving a common standard for CBRN certification.
Annually, there are two marches in South Moravia – one in May and one in September. The first called the „Military March“ is in the beginning of May commemorating the end of the second world war on 8th May 1945, and the second called the “Czech Statehood March” is at the end of September to remember Czech statehood on the 28th of September which is also the anniversary of death of St. Wenceslas 929 or 935.
CBRN Consequence Management course Mobile Education Training Team – Virtual support to the State of Kuwait and Partners
The Joint CBRN Defence Centre of Excellence (COE), in close cooperation with the Arms Control, Disarmament and WMD Non-Proliferation Centre (ACDC), organized the CBRN Consequence Management course from 28 March to 1 April 2021 to support the NATO-Istanbul Cooperation Initiative Regional Centre (NATO-ICI RC). This course was conducted virtually as a mobile education training team due to COVID-19 restrictions.
CBRN DEFENCE CAPABILITIES WITHIN THE BIOLOGICAL DEFENCE DOMAIN BASED ON COVID-19 LESSONS LEARNED (SARS-COV-2 RESPONSE REPORT)
The COVID-19 pandemic has illustrated how unprepared the world and NATO were to handle a pandemic of this scale, even after the improvements made in civil and military biological defence and consequence management based on previous pandemics, most recently influenza A(H1N11). The security and resilience of NATO depends substantially on NATO and its member states being prepared for future pandemics.