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Save the date! HFM-273 Long Term Scientific Study On Chemical, Biological And Radiological Defence

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SAVE THE DATE

Tuesday 28 – Thursday 30 January 2020

At the NATO HQ in BRUSSELS

MULTINATIONAL EXERCISE (MNE)
FOR NATO STO HFM-273
LONG TERM SCIENTIFIC STUDY ON
CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL AND RADIOLOGICAL DEFENCE

The Long Term Scientific Study (LTSS) on Chemical, Biological and Radiological defence started in 2016 and will culminate with a Multinational Exercise (MNE) 28 – 30 January 2020 where NATO and HFM‑273 participating nations are invited to review and give feedback on the results of the study. The aim of the LTSS is to identify existing and emerging CBR threat environments and understand how advances in science and technology (S&T) can be used to address these challenges and strengthen CBR defence through to 2030. The LTSS will inform strategic level decision makers on using S&T resources to obtain best overall CBR defence effect. The draft study report will be available to NATO and HFM-273 participating Partner nations after 1 November 2019.

The CBR Defence MNE will be organized as a workshop where the LTSS results will be presented and discussed by CBR defence experts and decision and policy makers. The MNE will include a table top exercise (TTX) where CBR vignettes will be used to challenge relevant NATO capabilities and resources. Feedback sessions will be held in order to review comments to the report. The LTSS report will be finalized after the MNE, incorporating the feedback.

The invitation to participate at the MNE is extended to up to two individuals from NATO commands and organisations and HFM-273 participating nations. Nominations should ensure that the study reflects the consensus input of the broader NATO CBR defence community.  Discussions will be held up to classification NATO CONFIDENTIAL Releasable to Australia, Finland and Sweden. Further information will be posted on the STO Event website (https://events.sto.nato.int/index.php/event-summary).

Specific questions or issues can be addressed to Lars.van-Diepen@ffi.no.

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The Long Term Scientific Study (LTSS) on Chemical, Biological and Radiological defence started in 2016 and will culminate with a Multinational Exercise (MNE) 28 – 30 January 2020 where NATO and HFM‑273 participating nations are invited to review and give feedback on the results of the study. The aim of the LTSS is to identify existing and emerging CBR threat environments and understand how advances in science and technology (S&T) can be used to address these challenges and strengthen CBR defence through to 2030. The LTSS will inform strategic level decision makers on using S&T resources to obtain best overall CBR defence effect. The draft study report will be available to NATO and HFM-273 participating Partner nations after 1 November 2019.

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SAVE THE DATE

Tuesday 28 – Thursday 30 January 2020

At the NATO HQ in BRUSSELS

MULTINATIONAL EXERCISE (MNE)
FOR NATO STO HFM-273
LONG TERM SCIENTIFIC STUDY ON
CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL AND RADIOLOGICAL DEFENCE

The Long Term Scientific Study (LTSS) on Chemical, Biological and Radiological defence started in 2016 and will culminate with a Multinational Exercise (MNE) 28 – 30 January 2020 where NATO and HFM‑273 participating nations are invited to review and give feedback on the results of the study. The aim of the LTSS is to identify existing and emerging CBR threat environments and understand how advances in science and technology (S&T) can be used to address these challenges and strengthen CBR defence through to 2030. The LTSS will inform strategic level decision makers on using S&T resources to obtain best overall CBR defence effect. The draft study report will be available to NATO and HFM-273 participating Partner nations after 1 November 2019.

The CBR Defence MNE will be organized as a workshop where the LTSS results will be presented and discussed by CBR defence experts and decision and policy makers. The MNE will include a table top exercise (TTX) where CBR vignettes will be used to challenge relevant NATO capabilities and resources. Feedback sessions will be held in order to review comments to the report. The LTSS report will be finalized after the MNE, incorporating the feedback.

The invitation to participate at the MNE is extended to up to two individuals from NATO commands and organisations and HFM-273 participating nations. Nominations should ensure that the study reflects the consensus input of the broader NATO CBR defence community.  Discussions will be held up to classification NATO CONFIDENTIAL Releasable to Australia, Finland and Sweden. Further information will be posted on the STO Event website (https://events.sto.nato.int/index.php/event-summary).

Specific questions or issues can be addressed to Lars.van-Diepen@ffi.no.

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