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The first Mobile Training Team supported by NATO MP COE

For the first time, two members of the NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence (NATO MP COE) participated in the Mobile Training Team (MTT) in Yerevan, Armenia. The MTT was organised by the Joint Force Command Brunnssum (JFC BS), on 6-10 June, 2016. The training was a perfect example of active involvement, provided by the NATO MPCOE in response to the Request for Support (RFS) which had been sent by the JFC BS.

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NATO “SELECTED” Military Police Junior Officer Course

NATO Military Police Junior Officer Course (MPJOC) is the third NATO “SELECTED” Course conducted by the NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence (NATO MP COE). The event will take place on 26 – 30 September 2016 and will be preceded by the Small Group Facilitators Training (SGFT) on 19 – 23 September 2016. All students and facilitators should confirm their participation in the training between 11 July - 9 September 2016.

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NATO “SELECTED” Military Police Senior NCO Course was the second edition of a training prepared and conducted by NCOs for NCOs. The third edition has already been planned for October 2016. The NATO MP COE gathered audience of 20 participants representing 13 nations from NATO and PfP countries. The Course aimed to enhance operational knowledge within Military Police capabilities in order to prepare staff for working in NATO.

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High-ranking NATO Officials visit the Centre

05 – 10 June was an important week for the NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence (NATO MP COE). It started from an official visit on 07 June paid by the American and UK representatives, which was led by LTG Ben Hodges, the Commanding General US Army Europe. Furthermore, the NATO MP COE officers took part in the ANAKONDA Exercise which was also an opportunity to meet and talk to the US Europe Provost Marshall COL A. HORTON and other officials. Additionally on 09 June the Centre was visited by LTG Jeff LOFGREN, Allied Command Transformation (ACT) Deputy Chief of Staff, Capability Development.

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