Even though the ENJJPT program has been a Security Assistance success story for over 20 years, there are always financial issues with which to deal.
To work out these differences, the ENJJPT program established a steering committee consisting of representatives from the 13 national air forces, currently led by an air commodore from the Netherlands.
The ENJJPT program, as a matter of policy, follows the fiscal year of the United States, since our country acts as the host nation.
One proposed solution was for each nation to increase its ENJJPT budget for the year, and if the Congress didn't approve the construction project, then the United States would refund the difference.
As a result, the ENJJPT financial manager, an American employee at the Air Education and Training Command at Randolph AFB, Texas, made separate budgetary arrangements to accommodate the needs of the different nations.
Sometimes we may not even totally understand the language, even though English is the official language of the ENJJPT program.