The JAPCC Annual Report provides information on the organization’s mission and history, summarizing its achievements during the past year. It also provides an outlook on projects and researches the JAPCC staff will engage in across the Air and Space domains for the upcoming year. The main objective is to keep the supporting nations and closely linked clients and customers of JAPCC informed of our efforts.

JAPCC Annual Reports can be downloaded from this page.


Annual Report 2023

This edition of the Annual Report provides a comprehensive overview of the significant developments, projects, and research accomplished by the JAPCC in 2023. It also offers a glimpse into the exciting work we have planned [...]

Annual Report 2022

Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine on 24th February and the ongoing crimes committed against that sovereign state and its population are the defining geopolitical event of 2022. While NATO’s focus was under debate in 2021, [...]

Annual Report 2021

The Alliance faces a dynamic security environment that foreshadows a future battlespace more complex than ever before, requiring a new level of interoperability and joint effort. To account for this phenomenon, the Alliance identified measures [...]

Annual Report 2020

It is safe to say the Year 2020 was not what anyone expected it would be! We have all endured a very difficult global situation, with this ongoing pandemic affecting each of our Nations. Our [...]

Annual Report 2019

Today, NATO Air Forces stand on the verge of the most meaningful transformation of technology and capability in our history, a transformation which continues to be enabled in part by the independent thought and analysis [...]

Annual Report 2018

Our defensive Alliance of 29 nations is the most power­ful in human history. Despite this, NATO faces a threatening, unpredictable and opaque security environ­ment that affects us beyond the borders of the North-Atlantic Area. In [...]

Annual Report 2017

2017 has provided fresh insight into what the JAPCC can offer to the Alliance, and it has been eye-opening. The quality of personnel contributed by our Sponsoring Nations is superb and the scope of effective [...]

Annual Report 2016

We are very pleased to present the Annual Report of the JAPCC for 2016. We must praise the quality and dedication of the personnel contributed by our Sponsoring Nations to the JAPCC team. The very [...]

Annual Report 2015

New security threats, particularly along our southern and eastern border, created a host of new challenges for NATO in 2015. The Joint Air Power Competence Centre has been at the forefront of those issues, helping [...]

Annual Report 2014

I am pleased to report that this was a terrific year for the JAPCC and for Joint Air and Space Power. The orga­nization published numerous studies that included action­able solutions for senior leaders within NATO. [...]

Annual Report 2013

For the Joint Air Power Competence Centre (JAPCC), 2013 can be characterized as a year of convergence. Many factors came together to shape the organization’s strategic direction. Fiscal constraints, reduced manning, evolving focus of effort, [...]

Annual Report 2012

2012 could well be entitled ‘The Year of Challenges’ for the Joint Air Power Competence Centre ­(JAPCC). The JAPCC faced some difficulties in accomplishing its mission to be the Air and Space Power Transfor­mation Agent [...]

Annual Report 2011

2011 was a challenging year for the Joint Air Power Competence Centre (JAPCC). We completed a number of important projects as well as sustained our participation in many NATO activities. Our annual conference was one [...]

Annual Report 2010

In 2010, we at the JAPCC took a hard look at ourselves to ensure that all of the work we undertake remains relevant to NATO and the Nations. If we are to do this effectively [...]

Annual Report 2009

In 2009, the JAPCC built upon its hard-earned reputation as NATO’s pre-eminent advocate for the development and enhancement of Joint Air and Space Power today and into the future. The year started in fine fashion [...]

Annual Report 2008

In 2008, JAPCC built upon its hard-earned reputation as NATO’s pre-eminent think tank for developing and enhancing Joint Air and Space Power today and into the future. We continue to maintain a close relationship with [...]

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