SACLANT


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SACLANTSupreme Allied Commander, Atlantic
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For instance, the SACLANT fuel depot in Namsen, in central Norway, which had been established in 1983, held enough for only three days' consumption.
We are consulting with Lord Robertson, NATO's Secretary General, and with the allies on the future arrangements for SACLANT. We are intent on bolstering, not cutting, the Alliance's trans-atlantic links.
Several options may be considered on both sides of the Atlantic with regard to the future of SACLANT. One is abolishing the current role, absent a major maritime threat since the decline of the Soviet navy.
The message was automatically relayed to four separate communications stations, and within 30 seconds was at SACLANT headquarters.
A year later, Colbert became deputy chief of staff and assistant chief of staff for policy, plans, and operations to the Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic (SACLANT), Admiral Thomas H.
van Rijn, SACLANT Representative in Europe, NATO HQ); "Non-NATO Contributions to Coalition EW: A Finnish Perspective" (Finnish Armed Forces); "Land/Air EW Interoperability Issues: CAOC Perspective" (B-CAOC); "Coalition EW: An Operator's Perspective" (Col Dre Kraak, RNLA, Chief Fighter Ops, HQ RNLAF); "The French Perspective on EW Coalition Operations" (Col Jean Marc Degoulange, French Af); and "EA-6B in Coalition Operations -- the 21st Century" (CAPT Doug Swoish, USN, Commodore o f the Electronic Attack Wing, US Pacific Fleet).
(42.) Muccio to Secretary of State and Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic (SACLANT), 6 December 1959, NHC, Politico-Military Division, box 209, series XXVIII, Iceland, Force Levels--NATO Matters.