DOBOJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina – An Allied Joint Force Command Naples organized course was held Nov. 2-6 as part of an ongoing Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) Armed Forces training and development program.
The Logistic Functional Area Services Section Mobile Training Team from the NATO Communication and Information School in Latina conducted the LOGFAS Movements &Transportation Fundamentals Course.
The team of two instructors trained 22 BiH Armed Forces troops, consisting of movements and transportation officers and noncommissioned officers, as part of their professional development designed to enhance the interoperability and understanding of working in an international environment.
"This course was designed to prepare the attending BiH personnel in preparation for further LOGFAS M&T courses and to give them an understanding of how NATO conducts its CJ4 work," said Ian Garnett, British NATO International Civilian, the Lead LOGFAS Instructor at NCISS.
Italian Air Force Warrant Officer Renato Pasquali, the second NCISS Instructor said the course promotes the importance of the use of accurate data within the national and international environment.
Organizers said the BiH students were enthusiastic and engaged fully with the training and the content of the course. They all completed the required tests during the course and the final exercise to the required level.