CIOR Presidency Team in Cyber Discussion with NRFC

A team from the CIOR Presidency this week participated in the Winter Plenary Meeting of NATO’s National Reserve Forces Committee (NRFC) in Norfolk, Virginia.

By: Roy Thorvaldsen, Lt Col (R) Norwegian Army/ CIOR Public Affairs

The meeting took place at the headquarters of Allied Command Transformation (ACT), one of NATO’s two strategic commands and the only NATO entity in the United States of America.

Norfolk, VA: CIOR President Col (R) Chris Argent briefing the winter meeting of the National Reserve Forces Committee (NRFC) on current state of affairs in the confederation.

On the agenda was among other current topics concerning international peace and security, evolving challenges in the cyber domain. The President in return gave a briefing on the current state of affairs in CIOR.

The CIOR entourage included the President, the Secretary General and the Assistant Secretary General.

An executive summary of the outcome of the NRFC meeting and of other meetings that took place on the occasion of the trip, will be briefed to the CIOR executive body, the Council, during the organisation’s Mid Winter Meeting at NATO headquarters in Brussels 19-21 February.

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From the NRFC meeting in Norfolk, Virginia, where the CIOR President, Secretary General and the Assistant Secretary general were discussing cyber opportunities with NRFC. Photo: Colonel Adrian Walton.

 

Headquarters, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (HQ SACT) in Norfolk, Virginia. Allied Command Transformation (ACT) is one of NATO’s two strategic commands, and the only NATO entity in the United States of America. Photo: HQ SACT.
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