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Operation Enduring Freedom Handbook: The First Hundred Days

The first 100 days of any deployment are the most dangerous. It is the time when you know the least about your environment, the time when most of the team really comes together. The enemy knows the first 100 days are when units are the most vulnerable. This handbook is written for Soldiers and leaders. It is intended to help you accomplish your mission and stay alive during the most dangerous and uncertain period. The information presented in this handbook was collected from combat experienced Soldiers, company leaders, and battalion leaders, and it will help you develop your leadership and training skills before deployment and during the first 100 days after deployment.

NATO Takedown Notices to Public Intelligence

To Whom it may concern,
On 07 September 2009, the NATO Computer Incedent Response Capability TC detected a NATO classified document posted on your website at http://www.publicintelligence.net/nato-report-on-russian-ballistic-rockets-and-missiles/
The document is entitled “Ballistic Rockets and Missiles” and bears the NATO RESTRICTED marks.
Investigation are ongoing in order to verify the reliability of the document and its NATO classification. However, you are requested to immediately remove the document from the website.
Giulio Ferraresi
Major ITA Army
Head, Incident Handling Cell
NCN: (254) 2682
+32 65 44 2682
+32 65 44 5414 Fax NU
Email: Giulio.Ferraresi@ncirc.nato.int

Concept for the Use of Air-to-Ground Firing Ranges in the Federal Republic of Germany

This shows the need and the training opportunities in the DEU for air-ground gunnery training of air attack forces of the Bundeswehr and NATO forces and resources in conjunction with the ground-based air defenses and ground forces on. The concept takes into account the structural changes in the Bundeswehr into account and is aligned with current and foreseeable Einsatzszenaren modern armed forces. The concept is necessary to adapt to unforeseen future developments and update accordingly as circumstances require.

Concept for NATO Land Powers Operating in Cold Weather Conditions

Individuals and units must always take precautions against the special conditions caused by weather. This is especially true for winter conditions with low temperatures, snow, wind, darkness, humidity, mist and rain. Units need to survive and be capable to conduct operations in such environment. This can only be achieved by gaining experiences through training and exercising under such conditions.