Junior Officer Selection weekend for NATO Conference - sign up!

Discussion in 'Army Reserve' started by Dry_Clean_Only, Apr 12, 2012.

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  1. If you are an OCdt / junior officer (including Majors with 1 to 2 years seniority), under 35 and have an interest in NATO and multinational events and are free 29 Jul to 5 Aug 2012, then you might like to
    consider the Young Reserve Officers Workshop (YROW) in Copenhagen, Denmark.

    The UK Reserve Forces Association (UKRFA) coordinates support and attendance for the NATO and other international events for the reserves. Amongst other activities, the Inter-allied Confederation of Reserve Officers (CIOR) which is the reserve equivalent of NATO, has an annual congress, during which YROW is one of many activities.

    It represents a rare, thoroughly worthwhile and enjoyable opportunity to travel abroad, meet like minded fellow Young Officers from our NATO partners and CIOR Associate nations, including a number of PfP nations, and exchange views on wide ranging and important issues. There is a demanding but academically stimulating programme of defence related topics to debate coordinated by a multinational committee and a more recently a UK led leadership workshop which will see the introduction of TEWTS in 2012. Attendance at the CIOR Summer Symposium will also form part of the Workshop. Previous participants are welcome to reapply.

    Attendance at YROW 2012 in Copenhagen requires the agreement of unit Commanding Officers to meet the student MTD and subsistence costs, whilst the UKRFA will bear the air travel costs and registration fees.

    Selection weekend scheduled for the 27-29 Apr in Uxbridge.

    If you are interested PM me for more details.

    DCO - Back from the dead.
  2. Is there a DIN?
  3. msr

    msr LE

    No, it's UKRFA, so done on the nod and wink ;)

    That said, it's an awesome pissup, er, opportunity to network with fellow reserve officers from across NATO.