NATO Education and Training
HISTORICAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
PLACING THE RIGHT SKILLS WITH RIGHT PEOPLE
Ensures maximum interoperability; gives structure and priority to NATO forces through defence planning and capability development. NATO military forces will need to apply the existing tenets of the law of armed conflict in new contexts, including emerging areas of ethical concern (e.g., human enhancement, cyber, the employment of automation/artificial intelligence, and blurring lines between combatants and non-combatants). In order to anticipate future training and education we collaborate with operational components to explore the requirements and develop opportunities to support new warfighting capabilities.
Cannot be won with today’s or yesterday’s skillsets, processes or technology. Allied Command Transformation defines the future military context, identifying challenges and opportunities in order to innovate and maintain a warfighting edge.
The environment through 2035 and beyond will likely be increasingly complex and present both challenges and opportunities to NATO’s military forces. A wide variety of drivers could lead to instability situations resulting in the Alliance’s decision to employ military forces.
Education & Training
NATO must remain agile to keep pace with the changes of warfare development. The pursuit of the goals outlined in the Allied Command Transformation’s NATO Warfighting Capstone Concept 2021 is a primary focal point for Education and Training.
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