NATO's eye in the SKY

The NATO Airborne Early Warning & Control (NAEW&C) Programme is often cited as one of the most successful collaborative ventures ever undertaken by the Alliance. The fleet of 16 E-3A aircraft represents the world’s first multi-national, fully integrated Air Force and is one of the few military assets that is actually owned and operated by NATO.

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NAPMO Board of Directors

The NAEW&C Programme Management Organization Board of Directors (NAPMO BOD) has authority over the management of the Programme, particularly in the technical, initial support, financial and contractual areas. The BOD consists of one member from each participating Nation.

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As NAPMO executive agent, the NAEW&C Progamme Management Agency (NAPMA) is accountable to the Board of Directors for planning and coordinating acquisition strategy, managing projects associated with modernisation of the E-3A fleet, providing sustainment support services, and overseeing the technical aspects of the NAEW&C airworthiness programme.

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Final Lifetime Extention Programme (LEP)

To plan, acquire, and deliver improvements to and support the sustainment of the NATO AEW&C capabilities, while ensuring Technical Airworthiness, following the guidance of the NAPMO Nations

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NAPMO / Brunssum Information

NAPMO Info & E-3A Skywatch
All information you need to know in printer friendly PDF format

NAPMO Information Booklet

NATO E-3A Skywatch

NAPMA Multimedia

Various NAPMA images and video material from the NE-3A fleet

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