NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Programme Management Organization (NAPMO)
1978, under the provisions of the 1951 Ottawa (Canada) Agreement on the Status of C-XC3005 - NATO, as a NATO Production and Logistics Organization to implement the NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Programme (NATO AEW and C Programme). Also referred to as NATO AEW and C Programme Management Organization. Reports directly to E-XK1113 - North Atlantic Council (NAC).
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Board of Directors, consisting of 1 member from each participating Nation. Committees (2): Operations, Plans and Logistics (OPL); Policy and Finance (PF). Representatives of NATO Secretary General, Commander of E-XE0740 - NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Force Command (NAEW and C) and other NATO bodies may attend Board and Committee meetings but have no vote. General Manager of NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Programme Management Agency (NAPMA), Brunssum (Netherlands), is responsible for day-to-day Programme management.
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