JASMINE proven successful in another international exercise - ALLIED SPIRIT VIII

Between January 15th and February 5th this year, the 7th US Army Training Command in Hohenfels, Germany, hosted an international exercise - ALLIED SPIRIT VIII. The exercise was aimed to increase the interoperability and readiness of allied forces. The JASMINE platform, including its Integrated Data Communication Nodes (ZWT) JASMINE and the Corps, Division and Brigade level Battle Management System - HMS C3IS JASMINE, has been widely used and successfully operated during the exercise. These components of the JASMINE system were used intensively and effectively to secure the ICT infrastructure of command posts, while the indicated software, was used especially to illustrate and support ongoing tactical tasks carried out by the alliance and cooperation with the American CPOF (Command Post of the Future) system in the NATO MIP standard. More than 4,000 soldiers from 10 allied countries (Albania, Czech Republic, Denmark, Canada, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, USA, Great Britain and Italy) participated in this exercise Their cooperation and performance was observed by invited guests, which include: Secretary of the USA Army - Honorable Mr. Mark Esper, Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Defense - Mr. Tomasz Szatkowski, Deputy Commander of the US Army in Europe (USAREUR) - Maj. Gen. Timothy McGuire, Commander of Polish Armed Forces General Command - Maj. Gen. Jarosław Mika and Commander of the 12th Mechanized Division - Maj. Gen. Rajmund Andrzejczak, whose subordinate troops, mainly 12 BZ from Szczecin, successfully participated in this important international exercise. More information on this project can also be found in the numerous online publications below: