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Page 1: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

The Norwegian

Armed Forces

Updated 15th November 2013

Page 2: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

Leadership

Reitan

Norwegian Joint

Headquarters (NJHQ)

Air Force Staff

Bergen

Navy Staff Oslo

Ministry of Defence (MOD)

Defence Staff

Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation (NDLO) Staff,

NDLO Procurement Staff

The Norwegian Intelligence Service (NDMS)

Norwegian Defence University College (NDUC)

Norwegian Special Forces

• Ministry of Defence

• The Norwegian Armed Forces

Bardufoss

Army Staff

Sessvollmoen

Norwegian Defence Medical Service Staff (NDMS)

Jørstadmoen

Norwegian Cyber Force Staff

Terningmoen

Home Guard Staff

Page 3: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

Main Priorities - Army

• A better Army with a robust

brigade structure

• Increased flexibility and

availability

• More specialized personnel

Page 4: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

Brigade North:

– Brigade command

– 2 mechanised battalions

– 1 light armored battalion

– Intelligence battalion

– Signals battalion

– Artillery battalion

– Engineer battalion

– Logistics battalion

– Medical battalion

– MP-company

• His Majesty The King's Guard

• The Border Guard

• Logistic base, land

Høybuktmoen

The Border Guard

Setermoen

Mechanised battalion

Artillery battalion

Medical battalion

Military Intelligence battalion

Bardufoss

Army Staff

Brigade North staff

MP Company

Signal battalion

Logistics battalion

Skjold

Engineer battalion

Light armored battalion

Linderud

Parts of Army Staff

Military Academy

Huseby

HM The King’s Guard

Terningmoen

Parts of Army Staff

Parts of Army Weapons

School

Armed Forces Winter Warfare

School

HM The King’s Guard Training

School

Rena

Support Staff South

Mechanised battalion

CSS/HRF

ENG/HRF

MED/HRF

MP/HRS

Theatre Enabling Force

Parts of Army Weapons

School

Army Officer Candidate

School

Sessvollmoen

Norwegian Defence

Logistics Training Centre

Army

Page 5: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

Main Priorities - Navy

• A modern and efficient structure

• Operational presence

• A continued modernization of the

Navy

• A strengthened Coast Guard

Page 6: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

Bergen

Haakonsvern Naval Base

Navy Staff

Norwegian Fleet Command

Naval Academy

Naval Training Establishment

Navy Officer Candidate School

Madla

Basic Training Establishment

Sortland

Coast Guard Command

Trondenes

Coastal Rangers Command

Ramsund

Ramsund Naval Base

Norwegian Fleet Command

• 1 tactical maritime command

• 6 corvettes (Skjold Class)

• 5 frigates (Fridtjof Nansen

Class) w/NH-90 helicopters

• 3 + 3 minehunters/-sweepers (Oksoy/Alta Class)

• 6 submarines (Ula Class)

• Coastal Rangers Command

• Mine Clearance Diving Command

• Logistics and support vessels

• Logistic base, sea

Coast Guard:

• 9 vessels for Outer Coast Guard (4 w/NH-90 helicopters)

• 6 vessels for Inner Coast Guard

Navy

Page 7: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

Main Priorities – Air Force

• Procurement of new combat

aircrafts

• Establishment of new base

structure

• Upholding sovereignty,

strengthen presence and

operational capability

• Uphold the spectrum of

capabilities

Page 8: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

Air Force

Andøya Air Station

333 sqn

Bardufoss Air Station

•334 sqn

•337 sqn

•339 sqn

•Air Force Pilot School

Station Group Banak

Sørreisa

Air Defence Control and

Reporting Centre

Air Reporting School

Trondheim

Air Force Academy

Bodø Main Air Station*

331 sqn

332 sqn

Rygge Air Station

717 sqn

720 sqn

Air Force Training Inspectorate

Air Operations Inspectorate

Air Force Staff

Gardermoen Air Station

335 sqn

717 sqn

Mågerø

Air Defence Control and

Reporting Centre

Madla

Basic Training Establishment

Detachment SAR (330 sqn):

-Banak

-Bodø

-Ørland

-Sola

-Rygge

-Florø

Kjevik

Air Force Education Centre

• Air Operations Center

• Air Defence Control and Reporting Centre

• 57 F-16 and (forthcoming) up to 52 F-35 aircraft

• 18 transport helicopters (Bell 412)

• 6 maritime surveillance aircraft (P-3 C/N)

• 3 EW/VIP aircraft

• 4 transport aircraft (C-130J)

• NASAMS Air Defence

• Base set

• Logistic base, air

• 14 maritime helicopters

(NH-90)

• 12 Search and Rescue

helicopters (Sea King)

Evenes

Forward base of operation

(Including QRA)

Reitan

Air Force Operations Center

Air Force Staff

Air Force Training Inspectorate

Air Operations Inspectorate

Ørland Main Air Station

338 sqn

Rygge

Detachment -

Bell 412

Haakonsvern

Detachment NH-90

Ørland Air Station

331 sqn

332 sqn

Air Defence

Base set

Norwegian Electronic

Warfare Center

Page 9: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

Main Priorities – The Home Guard

• Quality training and education

• Responsiveness and

sustainability

• Focus on security and

protection of infrastructure

• Rooted in society

Page 10: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

The Home Guard

Bjerkvik

District Staff – No. 16

Drevjamoen

District Staff - No. 14

Trondenes

Naval Home Guard Unit

Porsangmoen

District Staff - No. 17

Home Guard Officer

Candidate School

Terningmoen

Home Guard Staff

District Staff - No. 05

Dombås

Home Guard

Education and

Competence Centre

Setnesmoen

District Staff - No. 11

Værnes

District Staff - No. 12

Lutvann

District Staff - No. 02

Heistadmoen

District Staff - No. 03

Bergenhus

District Staff - No. 09

Haakonsvern

Naval Home Guard

(NHG) Command

Vatneleiren

District Staff - No. 08

Rygge

District Staff - No. 01

• 45 000 officers and

personnel, organised in:

• Intervention forces – 3 000.

• Area structure – 42 000.

• 11 Territorial District Staffs

Haakonsvern

NHG Education and

competence centre

Page 11: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

Main Priorities – Joint Assets

• Responsiveness, sustainability and

deployability

• Strengthen the defense against

cyber threats

• Increased adaptability

Page 12: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

Joint Assets

Harstad

The Armed Forces’ Band North

Norwegian Defence Salary and

Pay Office

Trondheim

The Norwegian Air force’s band

Bergen

Norwegian Defense Accounting

Office

The Armed Forces’ Band West

NDLO Naval Systems

Norwegian Special Forces:

- Naval Special Operation

Command

Horten

The Royal Norwegian Navy Band

Sessvollmoen

The Norwegian Defence Medical

Service

Oslo

NDLO Staff

NDLO Procurement Staff

Armed Forces‘ Department for

Culture and tradition

Norwegian Intelligence Service

Norwegian Defence University

College

Kolsås

NDLO Land Systems

NDLO General Materiel

NDLO CIS

Jørstadmoen

Norwegian Cyber Force

Kjeller

NDLO Supply

NDLO Maintenance

NDLO Air Systems

Porsangmoen

Allied Training Centre

(Åsegarden, Evenes)

Hamar

National Service Administration

• Norwegian Special Forces

• The Norwegian Intelligence Service

• The Norwegian Defence Medical Service (NDMS)

• The Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation (NDLO)

• Allied Training Centre

• Norwegian Cyber Force

• Armed Forces´ Department for Culture and Tradition

Rena

Norwegian Special Forces:

- Norwegian Special Forces

Command/Norwegian Army Special

Operations Command

Ramsund

Norwegian Special Forces:

- Naval Special Operation

Command

Page 13: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

The Armed Forces´ Operational Structure

Army Brigade North:

– Brigade command

– 2 mechanised battalions

– 1 light armored battalion

– Intelligence battalion

– Signal battalion

– Artillery battalion

– Engineer battalion

– Logistics battalion

– Medical battalion

– MP-company

• HM The King’s Guard

• The Border Guard • Logistic base, land

Navy Norwegian Fleet Command

• 1 tactical maritime command

• 6 corvettes (Skjold Class)

• 5 frigates (Fridtjof Nansen Class)

w/NH-90 helicopters

• 3 + 3 minehunters/-sweepers (Oksoy/Alta Class)

• 6 submarines (Ula Class)

• Mine Clearance Diving Command

• Coastal Rangers Command

• Logistics and support vessel

• Logistic base, sea

Coast Guard:

• 9 vessels for Outer Coast Guard (4 w/NH-90 helicopters)

• 6 vessels for Inner Coast Guard

Air Force • Air Force Operations Center

• Air Defence Control and Reporting Centre

• 57 F-16 and (forthcoming) up to 52 F-35 aircraft

• 18 transport helicopters (Bell 412)

• 6 maritime surveillance aircraft (P-3 C/N)

• 3 EW/VIP aircraft

• 4 transport aircraft (C-130J)

• NASAMS Air Defence

• Base set

• Logistic base, air

• 14 maritime helicopters

(NH-90)

• 12 Search and Rescue

helicopters (Sea King)

Home Guard • 45 000 officers and

personnel, organised in:

• Intervention

forces – 3 000.

• Area structure –

42 000.

• 11 Territorial District

Staffs

Joint assets • The Norwegian Intelligence Service

• Norwegian Joint Headquarters

• Norwegian Special Forces:

• Norwegian Special Forces

Command/Norwegian Army Special

Operations Command

• Naval Special Operation Command

• The Norwegian Defence Logistics org.:

- Host Nation Support Battalion

- Strategic air and sea transport capacity

- Stationary logistic and support

• Joint Logistics Support Group

• The Norwegian Defence Medical Service

• Norwegian Defence Information Infrastructure:

- Capacity for deployable communication and

information

- Military communications satellite

• Joint NATO Air and Ground Surveillance

• Joint logistic base*

• Transport control unit

• Air terminal unit

• Harbor and railway terminal

unit

• Joint water purification unit

• Explosive clearance unit

• Military police unit

• Joint land transport unit

Page 14: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

International capabilities with Norwegian participation

NATO Air Base Geilenkirchen

NATO AWACS – Airborne Air

Surveillance

Naval Air Station Sigonella

NATO AGS – Airborne

Ground Surveillance

Ørland Main Air Station

Forward Operating Location –

NATO AWACS

Ulsnes , Stavanger

NATO FORACS

Eindhoven Air Base

MCCE – Strategic Air

and Sea Transport –

Coordination

Pápa Air Base

HAW – SAC – Strategic

Air Transportation

Andre elementer:

• BMD SC

• NRF

Renfrew, Glasgow, Scotland

NATO Submarine Rescue

System (NSRS)

Page 15: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

NATO´s Command Structure in Europe

Ramstein, Tyskland

Air Command

Napoli, Italia

Joint Force Headquarters

Brunssum, Nederland

Joint Force Headquarters

SHAPE - Mons, Belgia

CIS Group

Northwood, UK

Maritime Command

Izmir, Tyrkia

Land Command

Allied Command Operations

Allied Command Transformation

Poggio Renatico, Italia

Air Entities: DACCC

Uedem, Tyskland

Air Entities: CAOC

Torrejon, Spania

Air Entities, CAOC

Bydgoszcx, Polen

Joint Forces Training

Center

Stavanger, Norge

Joint Warfare Centre

Monsanto, Portugal

Joint Analysis and Lessons

Learned Centre

Page 16: The Norwegian Armed Forces - · PDF fileNorwegian Ministry of Defence Leadership Reitan Norwegian Joint Headquarters (NJHQ) Air Force Staff Bergen Navy Staff Oslo Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Ministry of Defence

Norwegian Personnel in International Operations as at 3. okt.13

England (2011-)

NORTHWOOD, no.: 2

Kosovo (1999-)

KFOR, no.: 3

UNMIK, no.: 1

Bosnia-Herzegovina

(2005-)

NHQ Sarajevo, no.: 1

Italy (2011-)

OUP, no.: 7

Sinai (1982-)

MFO, no.: 3

Sudan (2005-)

UNIMISS, no.: 19

Congo (1960/64-)

MONUC/MONUSCO:

no.: 1

Middle East

(1956-)

UNTSO, no.:13

The Seychelles

(Sept.2011-)

OCEAN SHIELD,

no.: 39

Afghanistan (2001-)

ISAF/NSE/NCC,

no.: 628

Afghanistan (2007-)

UNAMA, no.: 3

Northern Europe (july-

dec. 2011)

SNMCMG1, no.: 38

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Norwegian Ministry of Defence

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