NATINADSNATO Integrated Air Defence System
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Indeed, NATO continued to make technical and procedural improvements to the NATINADS in the decade after the dissolution of the Warsaw Pact, a process that continued as former Pact members Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary became part of the alliance in 1998.
Even though the NATINADS was not "tailored" to deal with attacks like those on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, the system did bring quite a bit to that fight by virtue of its decades-long program of development.
Indeed, NATO designed its NATINADS to defend against military aircraft, and all alliance members have generally agreed upon air-defense rules of engagement (ROE) during a conventional conflict.
Specific NATINADS procedures developed after September 2001 identified the engagement authority for suspected terrorists and the ways in which each member nation would authorize and conduct a final engagement.
The CZAF maintained MiG-21 fighter aircraft on alert daily as part of the NATINADS and protected key infrastructure with SAMs, thus providing the means to engage terrorist attacks against Czech territory or to broadly defend against a series of attacks against central Europe in general.
Despite the number of workable C2 options available to meet the needs of the situation, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers, Europe wanted to counter terrorist air operations by having the NATINADS provide surveillance and initial identification of a potential threat.
In his capacity as AIRNORTH commander, he oversaw operations for the northern half of the NATINADS, including the Czech Republic as well as neighboring Germany and Poland.
AIRNORTH would ensure the reinforcement of NATINADS and see that it maintained surveillance and situational awareness, not only within the Czech Republic but also throughout central Europe.
NATO's ROEs would remain in effect up to the point at which the Czechs desired to transfer authority from the NATINADS to the CZAF during the process of investigating a suspected air terrorist.
--forces for immediate combat use (high readiness forces)--air forces intended to achieve the objectives within the NATO Integrated Air Defense System (NATINADS) and Air Search and Rescue Service, ground forces in emergency regime of NRF;
The Air Force of SR, in line with the accepted commitments of goals of SR, meets the objectives of integration into NATINADS by building infrastructure, modernizing selected machinery, safe certification of people, machinery, facilities and selected areas.
The International Military Staff (IMS) prepares a document to elaborate the issue of NATINADS more in detail.