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NATO - AJEPP-2

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION BEST PRACTICES AND STANDARDS FOR MILITARY CAMPS IN NATO OPERATIONS

active, Most Current
Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 27 November 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 126
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AJEPP-2 is intended to apply only to deployed military camps during NATO operations. It is not meant to override host nation (HN) procedures or regulations where these exist. Any nation that desires to apply AJEPP-2 to domestic military camps or to use them on non-NATO operations is encouraged to do so.

PURPOSE

The purpose of this Allied Joint Environmental Protection Publication (AJEPP) is to provide NATO commanders and environmental protection (EP) officers with best EP practices and standards for military camps in NATO operations. The agreement of nations to use this publication is recorded in STANAG 2582. NATO Military Principles and Policies for EP (MC 469/1), gives NATO commanders the authority to establish EP procedures and standards and to direct their compliance (para 8.a.). AJEPP-2 contains best practices and recommended norms that enable the commander to effectively execute that authority. It also provides troop-contributing nations (TCNs) with guidance to enable interoperability and standardization.

Document History

AJEPP-2
November 27, 2018
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION BEST PRACTICES AND STANDARDS FOR MILITARY CAMPS IN NATO OPERATIONS
AJEPP-2 is intended to apply only to deployed military camps during NATO operations. It is not meant to override host nation (HN) procedures or regulations where these exist. Any nation that desires...
February 24, 2016
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION BEST PRACTICES AND STANDARDS FOR MILITARY CAMPS IN NATO OPERATIONS
AJEPP-2 is intended to apply only to deployed military camps during NATO operations. It is not meant to override host nation (HN) procedures or regulations where these exist. Any nation that desires...
August 17, 2011
ALLIED JOINT ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION PUBLICATION BEST ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION PRACTICES FOR MILITARY COMPOUNDS IN NATO OPERATIONS
Introduction 1. This document is developed as a best practices handbook for the Combined Joint Task Force (CJTF) Headquarters (HQ) operational and theatre level staff planner. For decades there has...

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