We are proud to feature the PfP Consortium ADL Working Group in this Special Edition of the NATO School Today. Over the past ten years, the working group, commonly referred to as the ADL WG, has spearheaded an effort to bring innovative and effective methods, practices and technology to the NATO Alliance and the Partnership for Peace Program to enhance education and training initiatives.
Congratulations to all members and supporters. We hope you enjoy this short chronicle of some of the events of the past ten years and we thank the contributors for offering their perspectives of where we’ve been and where we’re headed.
Technology has changed, but the goals of sharing content and concepts via multinational networks have only grown stronger over the years, as we hope you will see in following articles. Even though we celebrate past successes, the ADL WG must not rest on its laurels. The Alliance and its Partners need our outputs more than ever as the challenges, such as the Afghanistan mission, are some of the largest ever facing NATO.