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NATO - Command and Control (C2) COE


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image by Zoltan Horvath, 26 February 2011

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The main focus of the Command and Control (C2) COE is improving joint and combined interoperability. It offers several seminars, workshops and conferences to transfer knowledge to NATO member countries and Supporting Nations. Other focus areas include assisting NATO exercises and assessment processes, supporting HQ SACT with policy, doctrine, strategy and concept development, providing C2 and NNEC training, investigating and authenticating C2-related NATO concepts through testing and simulation, and stabilizing and sustaining C2-focused relationships. In order to achieve its aims, C2 divides its responsibilities between several branches: the Operations Assessment Branch, the Analysis and Concepts Branch, the Expertise Management Branch and the Support Branch.
Founded by the Netherlands, C2 requested NATO accreditation as a COE in 2007 and received it in 2008. In addition to the Netherlands, Sponsoring Nations include Belgium, Germany, Norway, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey and the United States. It is located in Ede, the Netherlands.
Its flag is white with its purple emblem in the middle of the flag.
Image of flag:
Zoltan Horvath, 26 February 2011