- Bulgarian Air Force L-39s to be modernized and overhauled
- Dutch F-16s back to Europe (and go to Bulgarian AF?)
- Interim fighters for the Bulgarian Air Force
- Spain to join NATO's enhanced Air Policing mission in Bulgaria
- Bulgaria celebrates 50 years as a spacefaring nation
- EDA’s European Spartan Exercise cleared for take-off in Bulgaria
- Breaking: Bulgarian Su-25 crashed
- Additional order for eight Bulgarian Air Force F-16 fighters approved
- Joint flight training Thracian Viper 2022
- North Macedonia Maintains Silence Over Su-25 Donation to Ukraine
The course is now open for registration.
Given the significance of understanding crisis management as one of NATO’s core tasks, reaffirmed at the Wales Summit in 2014, this upcoming course is scheduled from 19 to 21 of May 2015.
This orientation course will provide extensive overview of NATO structures and guiding principles and will arm the participants with appreciation of the Alliance Crisis Management approach. Depth of knowledge is defined at level 200 – understand.
The course is accessible for NATO and Partner Nations. Both military and civilian attendees (OF-2 or higher) and their civilian equivalent from organizations and institutions that are or will be involved in their work with NATO and more specifically NATO Crisis Management, will find the course extremely valuable and useful.
Venue will be Shipka Hotel in Sofia, Bulgaria and the working language will be English. Security Clearance is not required.
The course will not take place with less than 10 participants and the maximum number of students could be up to 30.
Info package and Registration form for the course are available at the website of CMDR COE.