NSPA General Manager Engages with JFC Naples Leadership
15 May 2019
Today, NSPA General Manager, Peter Dohmen, and Director of Operations, Orhan Muratli, met with the leadership of Joint Force Command Naples. JFC Naples covers a wide range of NATO operations, missions and exercises including KFOR, the NATO Mission Iraq (NMI), the NATO Response Force (NRF) and Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF).
NSPA Leadership Visits Southern Operational Centre
15 May 2019
NSPA General Manager, Peter Dohmen, and Director of Operations, Orhan Muratli, visited NSPA’s Southern Operational Centre (SOC) in Taranto, Italy. As the centre of expertise for deployable camps and the focal point for assisting nations in acquiring deployable facilities, systems and vehicles, the SOC plays a crucial role in supporting NATO and nations to deploy rapidly and effectively.
Operational Logistics Support Partnership turns 10 during its 20th Committee Meeting.
15 May 2019
The Operational Logistics Support Partnership (OLSP) met for the 20th OLSP Committee Meeting and the 12th Medical Group Meeting met in late April in Eupen, Belgium at the Monumental Heritage of Kloster Hiedberg. The meeting took place during the 10th anniversary of the partnership.
A C-17 belonging to the Heavy Airlift Wing Programme based in Papa, Hungary recently transported urgent cargo for the Southern Operational Command (SOC) and the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCIA) from Oslo to Kabul.
NSPA General Manager engages with Czech counterparts
02 May 2019
On 30 April, NATO Support and Procurement Agency General Manager Peter Dohmen and the Deputy Director of Life Cycle Management Dr Emilio Tuñón Nieto met with Czech Minister of Defence Lubomír Metnar and Deputy Minister of Defence Filip Říha. Mr Dohmen took this opportunity to brief the Ministry of Defence leadership on the support and services NSPA provides to NATO and partner nations, and to highlight potential opportunities for further cooperation between NSPA and the Czech Republic.
Minister Metnar expressed his appreciation for the visit: “The Czech Republic perceives the NSPA as one of the truly effective agencies of NATO. I must say that we are very satisfied with the mutual cooperation so far. Nevertheless, I see here also a great potential to further deeper this collaboration by focusing on how the Czech Republic can use the wide range of services that the NSPA offers, particularly in these times, when we are constantly increasing our defence budget according to our obligation to NATO and when the Czech Armed Forces are being significantly modernised.”