NATO JPR Seminar come to its conclusion






On January 19ᵗʰ, after two intense weeks of work, the second edition of the NATO JPR Seminar come to its conclusion.

The Seminar was hosted by EPRC and held in Ferrara’s Carlton Hotel, in a real enchanting framework.

68 representatives from 18 Nations attended the event, which proved to be an important opportunity to bring together the military staff of the different Countries of the Alliance involved in the field of Personnel Recovery (PR). The aim of the seminar was to share and disseminate the knowledge built up about PR among NATO Member States and the key players of the sector, such as the JPRA (Joint Personnel Recovery Agency) and the newly established EPRC.

The seminar was also the opportunity to emphasize the importance and further strengthen the multinational commitment needed to achieve the common objectives proposed by NATO.

Beside the intense activities of the seminar, the EPRC organized also a few successful social events, such as a visit to the Ferrari Museum in Maranello and the Acetaia Malpighi in Modena, which were greatly appreciated by all participants.

Finally, the closing ceremony of the seminar included the awarding of participation certificates to all attendees and a photo session. Following the decision taken by the ACT (Allied Command Transformation), the EPRC is strongly committed to turn this event into an appointment to be held in Ferrara every year in January.






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