The Multinational CIMIC Command Nienburg is the Competence Centre for Civil-Military Cooperation for the German Bundeswehr (German Armed Forces).
Hungarian Defence Forces (HDF) - Civil-Military Cooperation and Psychological Operation Centre (HDF CMCPOC), HUN
The Hungarian Defence Forces (HDF) Civil-Military Cooperation and Psychological Operation Centre(HDF CMCPOC) established on 01st of July 2003 in Budapest, Hungary.
The Centre is the sole provider of CIMIC and PSYOPS professional staff for the HDF, and solely responsible unit for the CIMIC and PSYOPS related training and education of the HDF assigned troops for mission deployment. The Centre provides INFO OPS related professional support taking part actively on the non-kinetic elements planning and execution attached tasks.
The Centre is considered as an active contributor for the HDF operations and missions on homeland and out of area missions as well, playing active roles and provide troops for NATO and EU readiness services. The Centre currently is providing CIMIC and PSYOPS troops for KFOR mission.
The staff of the Centre are permanently participating in homeland and international exercises and courses as training audience and instructors as well.
Multinational CIMIC Group is the NATO CIMIC specialized unit, projected for the civil-military cooperation at a tactical and operational level. MNCG HQ can be tasked by SACEUR with Collective Defense Operations under Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty and Crisis Response Operations under non-Article 5 in support of peace and international security.
The main task of the Centre is to train military personnel detached from the General Command of the Polish Armed Forces to service abroad as well as to form and prepare CIMIC components for NATO Response Force and Polish Military Contingents.
To fulfil tasks the Military Training Centre for Foreign Operations provides a wide variety of training opportunities and specialised courses. The MTC military personnel not only participate in foreign operations where they extend their knowledge and experience, but also focus on delivering pre-deployment training intended for soldiers who serve within Polish Military Contingents or other structures abroad.
The Centre also conducts training through Mobile Training Teams in military units where Polish Military Contingents are formed. To maintain high standards of training, Lessons Learned System has been implemented into the training programmes.
Additionally, one of the structural parts of the Military Training Centre for Foreign Operations is Demining Team responsible for the removal of unexploded ordnance from the area including 11 districts of Świętokrzyskie region.
Slovenian Armed Forces (SAF) CIMIC Unit, SVN.
The unit was established in 2016 as a specialized dedicated Civil-Military Cooperation unit (Slovene name: Enota CIMIC – eCIMIC). Its main mission is to support SAF Force Command (including its subordinate units) in the field of civil-military interaction and to appoint CIMIC personnel to NATO forces such as the eNRF. Additionally, the unit is actively involved in NATO CIMIC certified training and education events including major exercises (e.g. Joint Cooperation, Trident Juncture 2018 etc.) and CIMIC Courses in Slovenia and abroad by providing instructors/coaches.
The Australian Civil-Military Centre’s (ACMC) mission is to ‘support the development of national civil-military capabilities to prevent, prepare for and respond more effectively to conflicts and disasters overseas’. The work of government is complex, and nowhere more so than when we deploy Australians offshore into conditions of conflict and disaster. Our vision is to promote the coordination of Australia’s efforts, both within government and with our international partners.