Exercise Combined Resolve XIII improves NATO interoperability
NATO has detailed Exercise Combined Resolve XIII which took place at the Joint Multinational Readiness Centre (JMRC) in Hohenfels, Germany, between 20 January and 4 February.
The exercise saw around 5400 troops from 16 countries, including NATO allies and partners, come together to apply NATO operational and logistical standards across several allied and partner countries. These included multinational battlegroups’ combined response and mobility capacity, defensive readiness, and other aspects of interoperability across different units.
The NATO Standardization Office (NSO) regularly participates in a number of multinational exercises to ensure NATO’s standards are continuously applied, reviewed and integrated into programmes for the development of allied military capabilities.
NATO standardisation enables different national units to operate effectively together in multinational contexts. It fosters the development and implementation of concepts, doctrines and procedures to achieve and maintain the required levels of compatibility, interchangeability or commonality needed to achieve interoperability in joint force operations.
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