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AAR Training & Currencies. NATO Air-to-Air Refuelling Coordination Cell, JAPCC. Stating the issue. NATO. INTEROPERABILITY AAR ACTIVITY. Ad hoc Coalition. Stating the issue. AAR INTEROPERABILITY. Clearances. Training. AAR is a risky activity. Unilateral approach. Waivers.

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aar training currencies

AARTraining & Currencies

NATO Air-to-Air Refuelling Coordination Cell, JAPCC

stating the issue
Stating the issue

NATO

INTEROPERABILITY

AAR ACTIVITY

Ad hoc Coalition

stating the issue1
Stating the issue

AAR INTEROPERABILITY

Clearances

Training

AAR is a risky activity

stating the issue2

Unilateral approach

Waivers

Stating the issue

Training & Currency

No common policy in NATO

best solution
Best solution

Common set of AAR training standards

  • AIM
  • Guarantee risk management in multinational AAR activity
  • Safeguard interoperability

ATP-56 (B)

proposal
Proposal
  • Contents:
    • Qualification status.
    • Validity periods.
    • Requirements .
conclusion
Conclusion

If we failed to reach a common set of training standards

What about interoperability?