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NOBLE JUMP 23 NSPA Mobile Infrastructure

17 (MN) BG Forward Command Post during Exercise NOBLE JUMP 2023 on Sardinia [© Bob Morrison]

The NSPA Southern Operational Centre set up the mobile infrastructure in Sardinia that enabled the NATO DEPLOYEX NOBLE JUMP II 23.


NSPA Press Release, Luxembourg, 25 May 2023: Exercise NOBLE JUMP 23 comes to an end: well done team!

The NSPA Southern Operational Centre (SOC), setup the mobile infrastructure in Sardinia (Italy) that enabled NATO Nations (Germany, The Netherlands, Norway) to conduct NATO’s Deployment Exercise (DEPLOYEX) NOBLE JUMP II 23.

Once again in record time, NSPA SOC deployed and setup CP1101 Medium and Large Tents, in addition to Medium Medical Treatment Facility Tent, and CP156 capability packages. On 12th May, the Joint Allied Power Demonstration Day marked the conclusion of the exercise.

NSPA provided the mobile infrastructure to allow the multinational NATO Very High Readiness Task Force (VJTF) to deploy to Sardinia to conduct Exercise NOBLE JUMP 2023 on Sardinia [© Bob Morrison]

The enthusiasm, the great teamwork and the dedication of NSPA’s Southern Operational Centre (SOC) during all the phases of the exercise and their ongoing presence of the field, ensured the smooth outcome of the project. The coordination with Italy, the Host Nation and the several customers in the field (Germany, Netherlands, Norway and the German-Netherlands Corps – 1GNC) was also a key factor in the successful delivery of structures and services and related customer satisfaction.

The tear down of the materiel is being conducted between 18 May and 9 June, when the main body of SOC will return to Taranto. There, the team will immediately start the post deployment maintenance to ensure the readiness of the materiel to deploy again.

The temporary NATO VJTF camp set up in Teulada on Sardinia by the NSPA for Exercise NOJU23 [© NSPA]


Footnote: NSPA (the NATO Support and Procurement Agency headquartered in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg) brings together in a single organisation acquisition, logistics, medical and infrastructure capabilities including the related procurement function to answer a vast variety of customer requirements in all domains: air, ground, maritime, cyber and space. These range from the multinational acquisition of complex platforms, such as aircraft, helicopters and unmanned systems, to the provision of supplies such as fuel, spare parts and ammunition, or services such as maintenance of radars for air defence, or deployable infrastructure, transportation, medical and catering services.

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