in November 2017
This year’s topic focused on the contribution of Military Police (MP) to “Mobility Support Operations” (MSO). The aim of the TLLF is to promulgate continued interoperability amongst NATO Forces, more particularly within the MP community, throughout capturing best practices and lessons learned. In order to acquire the settled goal, representatives from 7 Nations (CAN, CZE, DEU, GBR, NOR MPs, POL MG and US MP) have been convened as the Forum to deliberate on how current doctrine pertaining to MSO reflect factual activities conducted by NATO MPs while being involved in “peacetime, Article 5 and Non-Article 5 Operations”.
A set of discussions was preceded by several presentations delivered by distinguished guest speakers who added variety to the gathering by briefing the attendees on the following topics:
Having been familiarized with broad perspective on MSO-related activities provided by the above-mentioned lecturers, the audience proceeded with the debate divided into three thematic group discussions:
The conduct of deliberations moderated by LTC Rafał SZCZYPIŃSKI (NATO MP COE) altogether with MAJ GREGOIRE contributed to compiling key observations that subsequently allowed the participants to highlight recommendations.
At the end of the TLLF, the Deputy Director of the NATO MP COE thanked all the participants and members of the NATO MP COE responsible for organisation of the event for their fruitful and substantial commitment to the final achievement of the set objectives