The senior representatives from 30 Allied nations and three Partner nations alongside Allied command authorities convened to engage in Air and Space power-related discussions strengthening relationships and improving communications among each other.
Through innovative cooperation, we integrate our tactics, techniques and procedures, we share our intelligence and exchange data and we enhance our common understanding of our capability needs and challenges.
“I am deeply convinced this event remains the ideal forum to facilitate frank, open, and fruitful discussions in these uncertain times,” said General Hecker. “This second symposium in 2023 is about operationalising integration among our organisations and forces. Through innovative cooperation, we integrate our tactics, techniques, and procedures, we share our intelligence and exchange data and we enhance our common understanding of our capability needs and challenges. All this brings us even closer to the goal of operating integrated by design,” he added.
Topics focused on Agile Combat Employment and how Ukraine empowers its enlisted to achieve battlefield success. Additionally, AIRCOM’s subject matter experts briefed on the Integrated Air and Missile Defence, the Ballistic Missile Defence Strategic Plans, and other themes from exercises to readiness.
This is a semi-annual forum hosted by AIRCOM to discuss Joint and Air domain issues and Air Power’s asymmetric advantages. AIRCOM’s representatives touched on strategic outlook and provided operational updates on accomplishing its missions, integrating emerging tasks, and responding to the changing security environment.