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AGENDA. Global and internatinal challenges Role and tasks of the Hungarian Defence Forces Introducing the Joint Force Command Arms and services of the Joint Force Command Mission and task of the Land Force The way ahead. LAND ARMS AND SERVICES. Infantry Armour Artillery

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Agenda

AGENDA

  • Global and internatinal challenges

  • Role and tasks of the Hungarian Defence Forces

  • Introducing the Joint Force Command

  • Arms and services of the Joint Force Command

  • Mission and task of the Land Force

  • The way ahead


Land arms and services
LAND ARMS AND SERVICES

Infantry

Armour

Artillery

Special Operations

Engineer

Reconnaissance (HUMINT)

NBC

Signal

CIMIC

PSYOPS


Agenda

59. Airbase

Kecskemét

Pápa Airbase

86. Helicopter

Airbase

Szolnok

12. ADA reg

Győr

54. Air Control btn

Veszprém

SUBORDINATED UNITS OF THE JFC

Hdf Joint Force Command

Székesfehérvár

Operation Center

Veszprém

93. NBC btn

Székesfehérvár

PRT

Log Supp

Center

Budapest

5th Inf Bgd

Debrecen,

Hódmezővásárhely

SOTU

25th Inf Bgd

Tata

1st EOD btn

Budapest

Hazardous mat

Supp. Center

Pusztavacs

OMLT

ISAF

Augmenties

43. HQ reg

Székesfehérvár

25/88. light inf

btn.

Szolnok

Air Repear

Unit

Kecskemét

KFOR

CONT

34. SOF btn

Szolnok

Bakony Trg

Center

Várpalota

BALKÁN

Augmenties

Transport Center

Budapest

EUFOR

CONT

37. Eng btn

Szentes

Peace Trg

Center

Szolnok

64. Log reg

Kaposvár

EUFOR

Augmenties

18626 fő

NBC Information

Center

Budapest

CIMIC-PSYOPS

Center

Budapest

UNFICYP


Agenda

LOCATION OF ARMY (LAND COMPONENT) UNITS

25th Infantry

Brigade

NBC Information

Centre

1.EOD&Rivering

Battalion

5th Infantry

Brigade

Combat

Training

Centre

34th Special

Operations

Battalion

93rd NBC

Defence

Battalion

25/88

Light Mixed Bn.

Peace Support

Training Centre

43rd Signal &

HQ Support

Regiment

5th Infantry

Brigade

CIMIC & PSYOPS

Centre

37th

Engineer

Battalion


Agenda

AGENDA

  • Global and international challenges

  • Role and tasks of the Hungarian Defense Forces

  • Introducing the Joint Force Command

  • Arms and services of the Joint Force Command

  • Mission and task of the Land Force

  • The way ahead


Agenda

MISSION OF THE JOINT FORCE COMMAND

Protocol

Contracts

Search and

Rescue

Duties of Anti-

terrorism

De-mining

PSO, CRO

Home Defense

Supporting

GOs

Guarding

HDF JFC

Disaster

relief

National

Support

Working

Conditions

Training

Air Policy

„Renegade”

Constitution

19/E § (1)

Constitution

40/B § (2)

Transportation


Major land exercises in 2010
MAJOR LAND EXERCISES IN 2010

„Clever Ferret” HU-ITA-SLO-HRV

„Wise Foresight” HU-RO (PSO)

„Steadfast Juncture” TUR, FRA, NLD (NBC)

„Steadfast Indicator” (HUMINT)

„Tisza” HU-RO-SRB (Engineer)

„Blonde Avalanche” HU-UKR-RO-SVK (Engineer)

„Határozott Lépés” International SOF Course

„Töretlen Akarat” International SOF Course

Battalion Battle Group exercise and CREVAL (5/62nd inf. btn)

Battalion Battle Group exerciseand CREVAL (5/1st inf. btn)

NRF 15 CREVAL (Infantry)

„Brilliant Comet” NRF 16 (NBC)

Predeployment training and CULMEX: OMLT, PRT,

SOTU, KFOR CONT, EUFOR CONT.


Agenda

PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS

NATO HQ,

(SARAJEVÓ)

5 pax

NATO MLO

(BELGRAD)

1 pax

OSCE

(UKRAIN)

1 pax

EU MM

(GORGIA)

3 pax

KFOR

(KOSOVO)

233 pax

UNFICYP

(CYPRUS: 84 pax)

EUFOR ALTHEA

(SARAJEVO)

158 pax

ISAF

(AFGHANISTAN)

358 pax

US CENTCOM CCC

(FLORIDA 2 pax)

NTM-I

(IRAQ: 3 pax)

MINURSO

(WEST-SAHARA)

7 pax

MFO

SINAI-EGYPT

(23 pax)

EUSEC RD

(CONGO)

2 pax

UNIFIL

(LIBANON)

4 pax

 UN, OSCE …..… … 93 pax

 NATO MISSIONS……………….... 602 pax

EU MISSION………………………..160 pax

 OTHER 25 pax

TOTAL: 878 pax


Afghanistan theatre of operation
AFGHANISTAN THEATRE OF OPERATION

ISAF SOTU

Wardak: 17 pax

ISAF RC N

Mazar-e Sharif:

21 pax

ISAF RC N

MED. SPT

Mazar-e Sharif: 10 pax

MH PRT

Pol-e Khomri

235 + 8 pax

358 pax

HUN OMLT

Pol-e Khomri: 59 pax

ISAF HQ

Kabul: 8 pax


Agenda

CONTRIBUTION IN MULTINATIONAL UNITS

  • „TISZA” Engineer Battalion (HU-RO-UKR-SVK);

  • HU-RO Peace Support Battalion; (HU-RO);

  • Multinational Land Forces Brigade (HU-IT-SLO);

  • MLF EU Battle Group (2012);

  • „Visegrad 4”countries EU BG (HU-CZ-SVK- POL) (>2015).


Agenda

AGENDA

  • Global and international challenges

  • Role and tasks of the Hungarian Defense Forces

  • Introducing the Joint Force Command

  • Arms and services of the Joint Force Command

  • Mission and task of the Land Force

  • The way ahead


Effects to future contributions
EFFECTS TO FUTURE CONTRIBUTIONS

National Strategy, aims and priority:

  • Continue presence in Afghanistan and in Balkan;

  • Priority of NATO operations;

  • More force to the Balkan;

  • Taking lead nation roles;

  • Taking part in high intensity operations;

  • More effective use of Budget;

  • Ambition level is 1000 troops abroad.

    NATO demand: Shifting focus from Balkan to ISAF,

    increase contribution to ISAF;

    EU demand: Participating in operations in Africa.


Agenda

WAY AHEAD, CHALLANGES

  • Supply NATO High Readiness units with necessary equipment;

  • Carry out affiliation to NRDC Italy in 3 phase;

  • Keep the personnel, help the soldiers’ reintegration to civil society;

  • Postponed procurements and updates have negative effect to maintain important capabilities;

  • Bringing back arms and services which died out thanks for the military reforms;

  • Continue modernization programs like: helicopter, rifle, fighting vehicle, etc.

  • Procurement of modern high precision-, robot equipment, digital battle management systems, fire control systems, simulators.