"The whole facility provides essential infrastructure for a multinational staff based around a PJHQ
Nucleus and is provided with a direct secure communications link into Brussels.
Britain was flying sorties over Kosovo at the time to bombard President Slobodan Milosevic's Yugoslav Republic and Mr Tate watched images of the eclipse at PJHQ
beamed from a Hercules military transport aircraft.
produced the [first official planning guidance] in early
As one result, on 1 April 1996, a Permanent Joint Headquarters (PJHQ
) for joint military operations was established at Northwood, in northwest London.
As well as insights from soldiers on the ground, the BBC team was also allowed, for the first time, into the bunkers of Permanent Joint Headquarters (PJHQ
) in Northwood, west London.
And the Land Command headquarters at Wilton, near Salisbury, controlled British operations in Bosnia until PJHQ
The MoD last night admitted that the senior military officers from Britain's armed forces nerve centre Personnel Joint Headquarters - PJHQ
- in Northwood, Middlesex, would be sent to Qatar for "training manoeouvres" with US troops.
It validated the concept of integrating operational planning, preparation, and execution under a permanent joint headquarters (PJHQ
Opened in 1996, the Permanent Joint Head Quarters (PJHQ
) was adapted to sustain several simultaneous operations around the world, all of them presuming an expeditionary form of warfare rather than an enduring presence.
Mr Cameron was confronted by an angry RAF pilot during a visit to the Permanent Joint Headquarter (PJHQ
) near London yesterday.
The joint theme was further underlined by Brigadier Hickson of the Permanent Joint Headquarters (PJHQ
Within the United Kingdom, planning and oversight of the operation was led by the MOD and the Permanent Joint Headquarters (PJHQ
), which jointly form the Defence Crisis Management Organisation.