Welcome on the European Land Forces Interoperability Center - Finabel / ELFIC

Finabel
"Committed to interoperability of European Armies"
The Finabel Coordination Committee is a Land Forces organisation comprised of 21 Member states of the European Union to promote interoperability between its Members.

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THE MEMBER STATES

As of 2016, membership will consists of 21 countries.

  • 1953 - France
  • 1953 - Italia
  • 1953 - Luxembourg
  • 1953 - Belgium
  • 1953 - Nederlands
  • 1956 - Germany
  • 1973 - United Kingdom
  • 1990 - Spain
  • 1996 - Greece
  • 1996 - Portugal
  • 2006 - Poland
  • 2006 - Slovakia
  • 2008 - Cyprus
  • 2008 - Finland
  • 2008 - Romania
  • 2010 - Malta
  • 2012 - Czech Republic
  • 2015 - Sweden
  • 2015 - Hungary
  • 2016 - Latvia
  • 2016 - Slovenia

OUR STUDIES

You can download here the unclassified and five years old studies in English.

Our public studies
2014 ETG.1.R - THE HANDLING OF DETAINEES.
2014 FQ5 - EUROPEAN UNION BATTLE GROUP MANUAL.
2014 MAN.3.R - Redeployment of Forces after operations.
2014 ETG.1.R - THE HANDLING OF DETAINEES.
2014 FDE.4.R - RELEVANCE AND POSSIBLE FUTURE ROLE OF ROBOTIC/UNMANNED SYSTEMS FOR FINABEL LAND FORCES.
2014 FDE.3.R - FINABEL LAND FORCES CAPABILITIES TO ASSIST CIVIL AUTHORITIES AND OTHER AGENCIES WITH ISSUES OF DOMESTIC SECURITY AND CONTINGENCIES.
2013 MAN.2.R - Doctrine and Solutions for Field Accommodations up to Fixed Installation.
2013 ENG.3.R - Land units capability requirements for expeditionary operations in a complex operational environment.
2012 FDE.2.R - How to Enhance International Cooperation Amongst Finabel Land Forces.
2012 ENG.1.R - The use of helicopters in the EU BG concept, including the MEDEV AC role.
2011 MAN.1.R - Logistic Support during a conflict / operation in Urban Surroundings.
2011 C.40.R - Generic Logistic MOU/TA/SoR for EUBG.
2011 FDE.1.R - To define FINABEL Land Forces contribution to Security Sector Reform(SSR) within the context of a Comprehensive Approach (CA).
2010 A.26.R - Recommandations for the integrations of effects within the decision-making process and the implications on the structure and organization of HQS.
2010 T.38.R - To define the future operational environment, its impact on thr different components,the role of Land forces and the priorities to be given as far as force engagement is concerned.
2010 C.39.R - Interoperability of logistic CIS.
2009 C.38.R - Developing the Logistics support for an EUBG by Finabel countries.
2009 G.27.R - Field camps of forcesdeployed on operation:harmonization of selection criteria for sites and improvement of their protection.
2009 T.36.R - Employment concept for land forces of Finabel nations.
2009 C.37.R - Contractor Support to Multinational Forces on Deployed Operations.
2008 M.17.R - Minimum training standards for Combat Support (CS)/Combat Service Support(CSS) personnel engaged in operations.
2008 G.26.R - Logistic Force Protection on a multinational operation; how to increase protection of logistic capabilities of Finabel nations deployed individually or collectively on operations.
2008 A.24.R - Possibilities and limitations of the operational cooperation with private "military" companies.
2008 A.23.R - The balance of methods of action,within the continiuum of operations, when facing an insurgency. Recommendations relevant to force structure and HQ organisation.
2008 T.37.R - Generic missions and tasks for an EUBG.
2008 T.35.R - Relevance and possible roles of combat support units (CSU) in assymmetric warfare.
2008 C.36.R - Principles of organisation of theatre logistic support for an expeditionary multinational task force.
2007 M.16.R - Training for military operations in urban areas
2007 G.24.R - Water supply on operations
2007 C.35.R - Command and control (C2) in the field of multinational logistics : analysis of multinational commander's authority with respect to national and multinational logistic functions and responsibilities