On the first day of Allied Reach 2016, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, General Denis Mercier and Republic of Latvia Chief of Defence, Lieutenant General Raimonds Graube, honour the first Commander of Latvian Army Colonel Oskars Kalpaks at his namesake monument in Riga.
Allied Reach 16 (AR 16) Comes to Riga, Latvia
This is a promotional video. Allied Reach 2016 (AR 16) is a biennial conference for NATO military leaders organised by Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT) that was created for the mutual exchange of ideas affecting military, strategic and transformational issues from an operational point of view. AR 16 will take place in Riga, Latvia from April 11-14.
The AR 16 agenda is coordinated with Supreme Allied Commander Europe, the International Military Staff and Military Committee. This collaboration allows NATO leaders to more effectively discuss the needs of today while considering the transformational concepts of tomorrow.
AR 16 is not a live exercise. However, AR 16 does bring together the senior military leadership of NATO to discuss, reflect and provide the best military advice on real-world strategic issues and future challenges that effect the Alliance.
SACT and SACEUR will take findings from AR 16 to adapt concepts, make improvements to the way NATO conducts business and review innovative insights on how NATO can address future challenges.
Learn more about AR 16 and register for the conference here: http://www.act.nato.int/ar16
TIRANA, Albania – Political and military leaders from 46 Nations met to talk about changes and challenges related to training, education, and exercises on the first three days of March during the NATO Training Synchronisation Conference, and a time when combating security threats is a very high priority.
SACT Holds first-ever News Conference with Hampton Roads University Students
Norfolk, VA. Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT), General Denis Mercier held a news conference for 11 local journalism students from Norfolk State, Regent and Hampton Universities during the annual Chiefs of Transformation Conference (COTC) at the Waterside Marriott in Downtown Norfolk December 9.