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    Written by Lt Col Alexander Pehr Thursday, 06 March 2014 14:47


    Participants of EUFOR and NATO

    On 6th March 2014 took place at Camp Butmir, with representatives of the AF BiH and Capacity Building and Training as participants. The goal of the Capacity Building and Training Needs Assessment and Roadmap Agreement meeting was to assess the needs and gaps of the Armed Forces BiH in the field of training, in order to elaborate a roadmap for 2015 and 2016.

    This roadmap is an important milestone which will allow a better interaction between Armed Forces BiH and EUFOR, as well as to improve the coordination and optimization of trainings to be conducted during the aforementioned years.

    Read more: Capacity Building and Training - Needs Assessment and Roadmap Agreement Meeting

    Written by Lt Col Alexander Pehr Wednesday, 05 March 2014 09:25
    Full Operational Capability of the Hungarian company_1
    A wounded person is prepared for the air transport

    The Multinational Battalion of the EUFOR in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH) consists of a Turkish and a Hungarian infantry coy and a staff of Turkish, Hungarian and Austrian soldiers. On the 5th of March the battalion commander, Lt.Col. Harald Scharf inspected the mission-readiness of the Hungarian infantry coy, which has been in the theatre since January this year.

    Read more: Full Operational Capability of the Hungarian company

    Written by OF-2 Dimitar Deyov Tuesday, 04 March 2014 09:45


    Eight students from the Armed Forces BiH attended the Military Movement Control Course

    Transportation is a vital element in the Army. No military operation can be undertaken without the appropriate level of support and logistics. From 27 January 2014 to 05 March 2014 the Mobile Monitoring Team from Poland organized a Military Movement Control Course for Armed Forces of BiH transportation personnel at the Armed Forces of BiH Movement Control Centre in DOBOJ. Eight AF BiH officers and NCO’s from different units attended.

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    Written by Lt Col Alexander Pehr Tuesday, 25 February 2014 09:41
    Change of command in the MNBN_1
    Major General Dieter Heidecker hands over the flag to the new commander Lieutnant Colonell Harald Scharf

    On February 24th 2014, the command of the Multinational Battalion of EUFOR was handed over in Camp Butmir in Sarajevo. At the ceremony the commanding officer of EUFOR, Major General Dieter Heidecker, transferred the flag of the Battalion, symbolizing the power of command, from the outgoing commander Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Blasch to the new commander, Lieutenant Colonel Harald Scharf.

    Read more: Change of command in the Multinational Battalion in BiH

    Written by OF-3 Vladimir Dimitrov Friday, 21 February 2014 15:58


    EUFOR Soldier from Turkey and a Soldier from the Armed Forces of BiH

    A Series of combined trainings started mid of February

    During the period from 17 to 21 of February one platoon from the Multinational Battalion/EUFOR and one platoon from the 6th Infantry Brigade/AFBiH took part in the combined training in Kozara/Manjaca. This training was the first training in a series of 9 planned for 2014. The main topic was Force Protection, in detail security on the main gate, action in attacking on main gate with sniper fire, procedures and rules of communication, procedures for requesting assistance and reinforcement to the main gate and procedures and rules of communication.

    Read more: Training Branch Visit to Combined Training

    Written by Cdr Jaroslaw Keplin Thursday, 20 February 2014 16:55
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    Students learned special techniques to learn from mistakes

    Training concerning "LESSONS LEARNED" - learning from mistakes, not necessarily our own, it was the motto of seminar and practical classes for AF BiH soldiers (Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina) which took place in LIVAC on 19-20 February 2014.Learning from mistakes was the motto of the seminar “LESSONS LEARNED” for soldiers of the Armed Forces BiH, which took place from 19th – 20th February 2014 in LIVAC.

    Experienced Trainers

    The Seminar and workshop was provided by Lessons Learned Embedded Advisory Team members from the Capacity Building Branch EUFOR, Lieutenant Colonel Slawomir CIESLEWICZ, Commander Jaroslaw KEPLIN and interpreter Mrs. Durdica IVKOVIC.

    Read more: Capacity Building on Lessons Learned

    Written by Maj Bernd Paulewicz, EAT 5th InfBde Wednesday, 19 February 2014 16:03


    Mine Clearing Soldier

    18 Feb 20114, Camp DUBRAVE
    They are nearly invisible, silent and continuous. Day by day the EOD companies Armed Forces beneath several NGOs work under extremely difficult circumstances in order to remove and clear the deadly threat in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

    On the 18 February 2014 one of the specialised companies (the 2nd Coy of the Demining Battalion) presented there capacities and capabilities during an inspection in DUBRAVE Base close by TUZLA.
    At first the Company Commander Captain MESIC reported his company to the Commander of the Demining Battalion Colonel ZENUNOVIC who was convinced of the “Full Operational Capability the company. Cpt MESIC introduced his company to the guests and explained that the Coy is FOC with personnel and equipment.

     

    Read more: In Mission Every Day – The Invisibles

    Written by OF-3 Bülent Mercimek Saturday, 15 February 2014 18:02
    Cellular Radio Communications Course_1

    A Turkish Mobile Mentoring Team, from EUFOR’s Capacity Building and Training Division, mentored Armed Forces of BiH (AF BiH) instructors in a 10 day Cellular Radio Communications Course which took place from 3 to 14 February 2014. This course was the third in a cycle of 11 Communication and Information Systems (CIS) courses planned for 2014.

    The aim of this course, which was attended by 15 Non Commissioned Officers from different AF BiH units, was to mentor CIS Instructors from AF BiH.

    Read more: Cellular Radio Communications Course

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