Security Force Assistance Centre of Excellence

The NATO Security Force Assistance Centre of Excellence is a multinational entity that today is sponsored by  Albania and Slovenia with  Italy as Framework nation. The project started in 2016, following the Italian’s  Government proposal to the Alliance, for the creation of a SFA COE focused on research, doctrine development and training, with the aim to promote stability and reconstruction efforts for any crisis scenarios and to become a SFA focal point for the Alliance. The event reflects the goal of the NATO SFA COE to improve cooperation and interoperability, ensuring a joint approach in achieving its objectives and, to support the Alliance in shaping the new strategies in this complex security environment.

13 February 2019

NATO SFA COE: NATO Joint Force Training Centre (JFTC) Team visits the Centre

The two-day meeting between the NATO Security Force Assistance Centre of Excellence (NATO SFA COE)…
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5 February 2019

NATO SFA COE: Fabrizio W. LUCIOLLI, the Atlantic Treaty Association President, visited the Centre

On the 4th of February 2019, the President of the Atlantic Treaty Association (ATA), Fabrizio…
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30 January 2019

NATO SFA COE: Infantry officer of the Dutch Army visits the Centre for an interdisciplinary exchange

On the 30th of January, 2019, Dutch Army infantry officer, Captain Ivor Wiltenburg, who is…
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Workshops and Conferences

In order to perform his functions, NATO SFA COE will plan, organize and conduct  activities including workshops and conferences for the Alliance, NATO Nations and NATO Partners on policy, standards and other related topics; education and training; exercises and experimentation; participate in SFA related committees, boards and working groups; lessons learned evaluations and analysis; academic research and projects; produce SFA related publications.

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