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Since 1960, the Austrian Armed Forces (AAF) have gained 49 years of experience in Crisis Response Operations (CRO), Peace Support Operations (PSO), Peace Operations (PO), with a participation of more ...

Since 1960, the Austrian Armed Forces (AAF) have gained 49 years of experience in Crisis Response Operations (CRO), Peace Support Operations (PSO), Peace Operations (PO), with a participation of more than 70,000 Austrian troops in numerous missions all over the world. For that purpose our soldiers undergo specific training. The AAF main focus within the enhanced Partnership for Peace (PfP) is to achieve interoperability, primarily for CROs. The AAF have long-standing experience with multinational forces on battalion level. The AAF participate in International EU-, NATO-, OSCE- and UN-led operations.

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  • Das Streitkräfteführungskommando führt operativ nahezu alle Truppen des österreichischen Bundesheeres im Inland und im Ausland. Die neun Militärkommanden sind die Verbindungselemente des Bundesheeres zu den Bundesländern. Darüber hinaus nehmen sie die territorialen Aufgaben wahr (z.B. Ergänzungswesen) und führen Assistenzeinsätze in ihrem Verantwortungsbereich. Hauptaufgabenträger der Einsatzaufgaben sind die beiden Panzergrenadierbrigaden, die beiden Jägerbrigaden sowie die Kommanden Luftraumüberwachung und Luftunterstützung mit den Flieger- und Fliegerabwehrkräften. Die Fernmeldeverbände stellen mit ihren Mitteln die Verbindung im Einsatzfall sicher. Das Jagdkommando ist zur Durchführung von Spezialeinsätzen vorgesehen. Das CIMIC-Center und die Auslandseinsatzbasis dienen vorwiegend der Unterstützung der österreichischen Beteiligung im Rahmen internationaler Einsätze. Das Kommando Militärstreife/Militärpolizei ist für die militärische Sicherheit im Inland und für die Durchführung von Ordnungsaufgaben im Rahmen der internationalen Einsätze vorgesehen. Die Auslandseinsatzkontingente des ÖBH werden in der Folge noch im Detail dargestellt.

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  • C entre for O perations P reparation Au s t rian Armed Forces Int ernational Centre A U T I N T o s c e HUAk
  • Austrian Participation in Peace Support and Humanitarian Operations
    • Since 1960
    • More than 79 missions
    • Approx. 78.000 soldiers deployed so far
  • Current Participation in 12 International Operations EUFOR ALTHEA BOSNIA Contingent 110 KFOR KOSOVO Contingent 668 UNFICYP CYPRUS HQ Personnel 5 UNDOF GOLAN Contingent 342 UNTSO MIDDLE EAST Military Observers 5 ISAF AFGHANISTAN HQ Personnel 1 UNOMIG GEORGIA Military Observers 2 UNOWA SENEGAL, KAMERUN HQ Personnel 1 MINURSO WESTERN SAHARA Military Observers 2 RACVIAC CROATIA HQ Personnel 1 EUSEC KONGO Military Observers 1 EU UN NATO EUFOR TCHAD Contingent 159 Total: ~ 1.200 January 2009
  • K OSOVO INTERNATIONAL SECURITY FOR CE – KFOR Mission: Implementation of the military aspects of UNSCR 1244 Since : 11 th June 99 Strength: approx 15,500 AUCON: 668 MAN BN DULJE: AUT Austria CHE Switzerland DEU Germany ~ 3360 ~ 3000 ~ 3800 ~ 2500 ~ 1500 MNTF - W ISTOK PEC GNJILANE DULJE DRAGAS MALISEVO ORAHOVAC K. MITROVICA PRIZREN MNTF - E MNTF - C MNTF N PRISTINA MNTF - S SUVA REKA
  • since: 1996 (IFOR, SFOR, …) strength: ~ 3.000 > reduction AUCON: 110 Eu ropean For ce – EUFOR “ALTHEA” Mission: Implement the military aspects of the PARIS Peace Agreement and by permanent presence of military forces and prevent the peace in BiH from being threatened again. UNSCR 1371 LOT = L iaison and O bservation T eam RCC = R egional C o-ordination C entre RCC 4 AUT 3 FIN 3 GRC 2 PRT 2 Total 10 EUFOR CAZIN BIHAC DRVAR LIVNO PRIJEDOR SANSKI MOST PRNJAVOR MODRICA BRCKO BIJELINA ZVORNIK LUKAVAC ZENICA VISOKO VLASENICA BRATUNAC BUGOJNO VITEZ SARAJEVO SOKOLAC PALE VISEGRAD KONJIC FOCA SIROKI BRIEJ CAPLIJNA BILECA TREBINJE JABLANICA GACKO DOBOJ UGLJEVIK TUZLA MOSTAR KLADANJ GRADACAC DERVENTA ZAVIDOVICI GORAZDE TRAVNIK BANJA LUKA BANJA VRUCICA BOSANSKA GRADISKA MR.KONJIC GRAD
  • U NITED N ATIONS D ISENGAGEMENT O BSERVER F ORCE - UNDOF Since: June 1974 Strength: 1.047 Austrian Participation Since 1974: 1 InfBn Since 2008: 3rd InfCoy (HRVCON) AUSBATT AUCON 342 HRVCON 95 Total: 437 Mission: To maintain the ceasefire between Israel and Syria and to supervise the areas of separation and limitation. UNSCR 350 QUNEITRA CAMP FAOUAR CAMP ZIOUANI AUSBATT UNDOF AUSBATT HRVCON LOGBATT LEBANON ISRAEL SYRIA AOS POLBATT AUSBATT OGG G O L A N H I G H T S POLBATT
  • Since: January 2008 AUCON: up to 160 Participation: ABECHE N´DJAMENA AUCON: 159 Eu ropean For ce – EUFOR “TCHAD/RCA”
    • Mission:
    • - to protect civilians in danger
    • to improve security in the area of operation
    • in order to facilitate the delivery of hum aid
    • to contribute to measures that support the
    • voluntary return of refugees
    • to protect UN personnel and facilities and to
    • ensure their freedom of movement
    EUFOR TCHAD/RCA D a r f u r
  • Missions 2009
    • ~ 12 Missions
    • ~ 1.200 soldiers on duty abroad
  • The JFC and its Subordinate Troops Reserve Units: 10 Infantry Battalions 9 Engineer Companies Overall: Approx. 45,000 Troops *) Scheduled JFC Air Support Command Special Forces AUTINT MP Battalion „ CIMIC- Centre“ *) Airspace Surveillance Command Jägerbrigade 2 Infantry Brigades Panzer- grenadier- brigade 2 Mech. Infantry Brigades Fernmelde- verbände 2 Signal Battalions Militärkommanden Militärkommanden Militärkommanden Militärkommanden Militärkommanden Militärkommanden Militärkommanden Contingents Abroad Militärkommanden Militärkommanden Militärkommanden Militärkommanden Militärkommanden Militärkommanden Militärkommanden 9 Territorial Commands
    • Conducts Operations Preparation and Follow-up
        • Peace Support Operations
        • Humanitarian Operations
        • Search and Rescue Operations
    Mission - COP
        • Is
            • Competence Centre for PSO
            • since 1999 Partnership for Peace Training- Centre
    • Implements
        • Personnel Administration
        • National Logistics
        • Recreation
  • Structure – COP/ AUTINT Total: 135 employees CO Head- quarters Missions Pers Missions Logs Home- base Training Div 31 26 26 10 41 Transformation – jun09 FHumInt 22 Total: 153 employees
  • Rotations
            • jan 2007 – apr 2008 ~ 6397 soldiers
  • Morale & Welfare Performances of artists Sports activities
  • Cultural – Initiative Activities
      • Cabarets
      • Readings
      • Concerts
  • Location & Infrastructure Close to VIENNA 30 minutes to the International Airport Accommodation for up to 1.100 troops
  • Wider Training Area Götzendorf Bruckneudorf Accommodation Capacity Garrison Götzendorf: total up to 1.100 Troops 2,1 km² 48 km² Army owned corridor
  • Mission Specific Training Assistance & HNS
    • Staff Officers Course
    • Military Observer Course
    •  LOT/LMT Course
    • FHumint Course
    • CTHB Course
    • Officers Course
    • Military Police Course
    • CIMIC Course
    • PSYOPS Course
    • Logistics Course
     Key Personnel Training  General Military Training  Function Specific Training  Practical Mission Training  Force Integration Training International Participation PSO -Training System General PSO - Training Under the Umbrella PTC
  • Courses 2009
    • Frequent national training assistance
    • Training Co-operation CHE, HVR, SLK (mission specific training)
    • Instructors exchange with CAN, CHE, DEU, FIN, GRC, IRL, ROU, SWE, TUR
    • Training assistance teams to other PTCs and in the framework of IAPTC
    • Quatrolaterale Co-operation AUT – CHE – DEU - NDL
    • Host Nation Support for Partnership for Peace activities
    • Participation in/Contribution to various Working Groups & Activities (PSO)
    Training Assistance and Networking Activities
  • The Homebase of all Services Abroad o s c e