I am excited to present to you Issue 32 of the JAPCC Journal of Air and Space Power, which starts with an article by our Executive Director, Lieutenant General Klaus Habersetzer. In his final Journal contribution as the Executive Director, he highlights a number of important dynamic challenges in response to which NATO needs to adapt both its operational capabilities and decision-making processes.
Issue 31 addresses some hot topics in the Alliance today including 4th and 5th Generation systems integration, emerging hypersonic technologies, AI support to Battlespace Management, and the evolution of the Cyberspace and Space domains in NATO.
Journal Edition 30 Editorial Our world has faced a challenging last few months in this first half of 2020. The Covid-19 pandemic influenced every area of our daily lives and did not spare the Air & Space Power Community. After celebrating our 15th Anniversary, the JAPCC is now challenged by the restrictions resulting from the…
It is our pleasure to present this 29th edition of the JAPCC Journal, Transforming Joint Air and Space Power. This offering opens with an assessment by the JAPCC Director and Commander, Allied Air Command, General Jeff Harrigian, of what he considers the three main elements of Multi-Domain Operations and how the relevant evolution of Command and Control will shape our future. It is immediately followed by an interview with the Chief of Staff of the Italian Air Force, General Alberto Rosso, who offers us great insights into the challenges facing the Italian Air Force, its priorities, and where Italy is leading the way in next generation evolution and integration.
We have a variety of articles in this edition that will whet your appetite and we start off with an interview with the Romanian Air Chief Major General Pană, who offers us great insights into the changes of the past 15 years, since the Romanian Air Force joined NATO and the challenges lying ahead with the rapidly shifting and evolving requirements for a successful and reputable Air Force.
I am excited to present you with issue 27 of the JAPCC Journal of Air and Space Power, the first issue I have had an opportunity to contribute to as editor. It is my great pleasure to open Issue 27 with an interview of the Air Chief of the Czech Republic, Major General Petr Hromek, who provides us a with a very informative and sincere view of the challenges his Air Force is currently encountering and the ambitious goals they want to fulfil in the future.
Journal Edition 26 Editorial After four thrilling years in Kalkar, my tour as the JAPCC Assistant Director and my time as the Editor of this Journal ends in August 2018. Editing the Journal was probably one of the most time consuming, but rewarding, tasks I had in my entire portfolio. The countless contributions we received…
Journal Edition 25 Editorial 2017 was another fruitful year for the JAPCC. While we continued our core business as NATO’s catalyst for the improvement and transformation of Joint Air and Space Power; some significant projects were completed and many new interesting work strands were initiated. Our ongoing efforts to improve cooperation amongst NATO, EU and…
It is our great pleasure to present the 24th Edition of the JAPCC Journal. A prominent theme permeating this journal is the significance of the Joint Strike Fighter arriving in many NATO Allies’ national forces. Starting off, Major General Max A. L. T. Nielsen, the Danish Air Chief, provides us his perspective on the unprecedented potential of the F-35 and the challenge of developing Tactics, Techniques & Procedures to fully exploit its 5th generation capabilities in a system of systems with 4th generation aircraft that will remain widely in service. This is a capability that is going to truly transform the way NATO air power is employed across all domains including space and via cyber.
It is my great pleasure to present you the 23rd Edition of the JAPCC Journal. Themes that permeated the JAPCC’s program of work throughout 2016 include: challenges posed by contemporary and prospective threat environments, the future role of air and space power, and the requirements for developing modern, efficient, interoperable capabilities to include the associated education and training. This range of issues is well reflected in the broad selection of essays provided by external and internal subject matter experts for this Journal issue.