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Last Updated: Apr 23, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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When searching for information on this topic, potentially useful keywords to use include :

  • NATO Training Mission
  • military training/ education
  • Connected Forces Initiative
  • military transition teams
  • exercises/simulations
  • mentoring
  • Operational Mentoring and Liaison Team
  • NATO Forces 2020
  • NATO Response Force




    This LibGuide includes links to content found on the web (e.g. websites, news & blogs, reports, etc.) as well as a select number of articles and books available from the NATO Multimedia Library.

    Please note that this is not a comprehensive collection of material on education and training. The selection criteria for the websites and documents included was based on each item's currency and relevancy to this topic. 

    Furthermore, quick search boxes for online databases subscribed by the Library (available to staff working at NATO HQ) as well as links to the library catalog are available for you to locate additional resources.



    This LibGuide is intended to provide a few starting points to assist you with your research on issues related to training and education, in particular in the NATO context.

    “At the 2012 Chicago Summit, the Alliance set itself a goal of developing “NATO Forces 2020” – modern, interconnected forces that are suitably equipped, trained, exercised and commanded, able to work together and with partners in any conceivable environment.“ (Source)

    Good places to start your research include :

    Disclaimer: NATO is not responsible for the content of the external internet sites contained in this LibGuide. Furthermore, the views
    and opinions of the authors expressed in these external websites and documents do not necessarily state or reflect those of NATO.

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