JFC Brunssum Conducts Logistics Course in Georgia
Brunssum, the Netherlands - From
15 to 19 April a team from JFC Brunssum (JFCBS) conducted an Expert Team Visit (ETV)
to Tbilisi, Georgia, on the subject of Logistics as conducted in NATO.
days the team, comprising Major Michel Saeys and Major Olivier Vivot (both from
the JFC Brunssum Logistics Branch), and Lieutenant Commander Michelle Ward (from
the HQ Military Partnership Branch), provided a variety of briefings. The audience of approximately 16 personnel
included expert Logistics officers from various branches of the Georgian Armed
Forces. Topics briefed and discussed
included Logistics doctrine, Host Nation Support, and Logistics Support to
Operational Planning, which was used as the basis for well received and
executed syndicate work.
was also an opportunity during the week to attend a meeting with various NATO
representatives in Georgia at the Polish Embassy – the nominated NATO Contact
Embassy for 2019. This was the second of
three ETVs planned to take place in Tbilisi this year.
Story by JFC Brunssum Public Affairs Office