Visit of a delegation of’Allied Rapid reaction Corps (ARRC) Civil military interaction (CMI) to the Post Conflict Operations Study Centre (CSPCO) in Turin.
To upgrade military and civil integration in accademic and operational fields
A multinazional delegation of the Civil Military Interaction (CMI) of the British-led Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC), situated in Innsworth (Cloucestershire – UK), is was welcomed a few days ago by Colonel Andrea Monti, Director and Commander of the Post Conflict Operations Study Centre (CSPCO), a reality military excellence of the Command for Formation and Application School of the Italian Army.
The Chief of delegation by Colonel Renè Pais, this delegation is composed by eight military managers and one civil person, the delegation took part in a briefing during which the tasks were explained and highlighted the potential of the Centre. Particular focus of the day was dedicated to stabilisation and reconstruction projects carried out by the Italian Army in territories torn by conflicts of different scope.
After the briefing the delagation it was received by Division General Salvatore Cuoci, Commander of the Training Institute, that during the office-call the General Cuoci has attested the specialities of the CSPCO to maximise the italian experience in the operations stabilisation and reconstruction the territories, with the target to facilitate, by formative activities, the integration between military and civil components, in both of them academic and civil sectors.
The visit of the delegation it was continued in the locals of the Unite Nations, UNICRI, (United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute), interregional institute by reserch of crime and the justice of the Unite Nations, and the UNSSC (United Nations System Staff College), This institute is dedicated to train United Nations officials.
The meeting fits into the exercise “ARRCADE LIAISON 20”, the annual cooperation training military-civil of the Allied Rapid Reaction Corps and when the scope is to go in the militaries and civil istitutions, to enable staff in the specific industry to establish mutual knowledge, exchange views and viewpoints that can be applied both to the planning and conduct of modern military operations in any crisis scenario according to the NATO concept of Comprehensive Approach.