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International Military Staff
International Military Staff
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Active2004-present
Allegiance NATO
TypeMilitary staff
RoleProvides strategic advice to the NATO Military Committee.
Size500+ personnel
Part ofNATO Military Committee
LocationBrussels, Belgium
Websitenato.int
Commanders
Secretary GeneralJens Stoltenberg
Director GeneralLieutenant General Hans-Werner Wiermann[1]
Insignia
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The International Military Staff (IMS) is an advisory body of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation's (NATO) Military Committee (MC), which in turn supports the North Atlantic Council (NAC). Based in NATO's headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, the IMS has five divisions and c. 500 staff seconded from NATO member states and is led by a Director General.[2]

Divisions

The IMS consists of the following divisions:

  • Intelligence (INT)
  • Operations and Plans (O&P)
  • Policy and Capabilities (P&C)
  • Cooperative Security (CS)
  • Logistics and Resources (L&R)

The NATO Military Command Structure consists of two strategic commands and is directed by the International Military Staff:[3]

The commands under SACEUR - Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum, Allied Joint Force Command Naples and Joint Force Command Norfolk are Operational Level Commands, while Headquarters Allied Air Command, Headquarters Allied Maritime Command and Headquarters Allied Land Command are Tactical Level Commands.[4] SACEUR also has operational command of the Joint Support and Enabling Command.[5]

Liaison:  Provides advice and support to the NAC
Political strategic level:
NA Council
NATO SG
Brussels, BE
IS
Brussels, BE
Military strategic level:
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CMC (NATO MC)
Brussels, BE
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SACEUR
(ACO, SHAPE)
Mons, BE
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SACT
(ACT, HQ SACT)
Norfolk, US
Operational level:
Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum JFCBS Brunssum, NLJoint Warfare Centre JWC Stavanger, NO
Allied Air Command AIRCOM Ramstein, DEJoint Analysis and Lessons Learned Centre JALLC Lisbon, PT
Allied Maritime Command MARCOM Northwood, GBJoint Force Training Centre JFTC Bydgoszcz, PL
Allied Land Command LANDCOM ?zmir, TR
NATO Communication and Information Systems Group CIS GP Mons, BE
Allied Joint Force Command Naples JFCNP Naples, IT
JFC-NF Norfolk, Virginia, US


See also

References

  1. ^ https://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/topics_127223.htm
  2. ^ https://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/topics_64557.htm
  3. ^ "Command Structure" (PDF). NATO. Retrieved 2019. and "Military Command Structure". shape.nato.int. Supreme Head Allied Powers Europe. 12 February 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  4. ^ "MILITARY COMMAND STRUCTURE". shape.nato.int. NATO. 7 October 2020. Retrieved 2020.
  5. ^ Boeke, Sergei (13 January 2020). "Creating a secure and functional rear area : NATO's new JSEC Headquarters". nato.int. NATO. Retrieved 2020. JSEC is part of the NATO Force Structure and under the operational command of the Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR).

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