The JFO course is designed to provide select personnel with training on the procedures required to provide timely and accurate targeting information to a qualified JTAC for Type 2 and 3 Close Air Support (CAS) Terminal Attack Controls, and perform autonomous Terminal Guidance Operations (TGO).
Classes Offered Starting:Mon, Sep 06, 2021Mon, Oct 25, 2021Mon, Jan 17, 2022Mon, Mar 07, 2022
Aim: This course delivers education, training, and cross-communication skills to NATO and partner nations on the processes and complexities associated with building, developing, implementing, and sustaining a national SOF capability.
Classes Offered Starting:Mon, Oct 04, 2021Mon, Apr 18, 2022
* This is a Train-the-Trainer (T3) event intended for national school instructors * Please contact the Course Director if you have questions about your eligibility to attend this event.
Classes Offered Starting:Mon, Oct 18, 2021
The objective of the NATO SOF Drone Exploitation Course is to educate students on the principles, techniques, and equipment used to exploit drones.
Classes Offered Starting:Mon, Oct 25, 2021Mon, Mar 14, 2022
The Digital Force Protection Training is a 5-day course educating NATO operators about the threats posed by hybrid warfare actors’ use of the Internet.
Classes Offered Starting:Mon, Nov 01, 2021
This 8-day course promotes the synchronization between J2/J3 personnel when supporting NATO SOF operations. The course consists of a series of lectures, case studies, and practical exercises, during which J2 and J3 students work together as part of a SOCC staff. Students work in syndicates to develop intelligence collection plans and ISR coordination matrixes, match collection priorities to ISR capabilities, and assess overall ISR effectiveness related to a complex scenario.
Classes Offered Starting:Tue, Nov 02, 2021Tue, Mar 15, 2022
The NATO SOF Annual Discipline Conference (ADC) will be held at the NATO Special Operations School (NSOS) in Chièvres, Belgium 24-26 March 2020.