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Calian to support NATO SHAPE CBRN training

Calian Group Ltd. has won contracts with NATO Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) to provide comprehensive support to the development of Supreme Allied Commander Europe’s (SACEUR) Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) exercise programme.

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Calian will support SHAPE as a 'Mission Partner' through the development, conduct, evaluation and training support of the holistic exercise programme, which will train and evaluate staff across a range of mission essential tasks. Calian will provide Nuclear and CBRN Exercise Planning subject matter experts to assist in the successful creation and delivery of the programme.  

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Kevin Ford, CEO, Calian said: “We are proud to assist NATO in the formulation and execution of this future-ready exercise programme.

“Calian has the right combination of relevant experience and deep knowledge of NATO’s current and emerging initiatives to support NATO when they cannot afford to fail.”

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Calian has extensive experience supporting the NATO Education, Training, Exercises and Evaluation programme, delivering niche subject matter expertise in support of SHAPE—with experience working alongside NATO on existing contracts at the Joint Warfare Centre, Allied Command Transformation and Allied Command Operations.
 

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