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​MILENG Working Group Jan 2015, Ingolstadt

Military Engineering Working  Group

21st Meeting

    Location: Ingolstadt, Germany

    Event Date: 18th Jan - 22nd Jan 2021

 

Due to the COVID-19 restrictions the 20th MILENG WG will be held virtually and this only for the Chairpersons and Secretaries. Please register for the MILENG WG-forum on the NATO NSO-websit (nso.nato.int) in order to stay up to date of the Panel preparations for this virtual MILENG WG and to download the records afterwards.

Aim       

The aim of MILENG WG is to improve military engineering capabilities within the NATO capability development framework. The MILENG WG encompasses all Doctrine, Organisation, Training, Materiel, Leadership, Personnel, Facilities and Interoperability (DOTMLPFI) domains of MILENG and will focus on integrating operational standards, doctrine, training, procedures, terminology, armaments and equipment in order to ensure complete, sustainable MILENG capabilities.

MILENG COE's Role                                                                         

The MILENG COE provides the co-deputy chairman and SMEs who act as the permanent secretaries to several panels (Infrastructure Management Panel, Support to Force Protection Panel, Information Exchange Requirement Panel and Material Panels) within the NSO MCLSB MILENG WG, as well as providing significant contribution to the Doctrine and Planning Panel – this ensures continuity is maintained, issues are worked between meetings and tangible results are achieved during the WGs. Furthermore MILENG COE is chairing the Terminology Panel ensuring consistent use of engineering related terminology, maintaining awareness of the overall terminology process across NATO.

Event Objectives                                                                         

​As explained in MILENG WG TOR.

Target audience

Attendance is expected from all NATO nations. Representatives and observers are allowed from Partner nations, NATO Commands (NCS and NFS), Agencies, COEs and all supporting organisations that agree to participate.

Available documents

All documents related to the MILENG WG can be found on the MILENG COE Knowledge Portal / MILENG WG Workspace (login required).
Furthermore, all available documents can be found also at the NSO site under MCLSB / MILENG WG forum and Document library (login required as well).

Point of contact

MAJ (OF-3) Mario RODA (ITA-A)

forceprotectch@milengcoe.org