Advancements in Distributed Learning (ADL) Environment in Support of Transformation2017; North Atlantic Treaty Organization Neuilly-sur-Seine Cedex France
RTG HFM-212 successfully addressed its stated objectives as listed in the TAD/TAP. This success was due to a substantial NATO/PDP organizational and policy base as well as it developed a strong working relationship with the NATO Allied Command Transformation (ACT) in Norfolk, VA, USA. With the funding support provided by the CWP (Coalition Warfare Program), this excellent collaboration and data sharing of the MoLE, and joint funding from the US Army Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC), RTG HFM-212 is considered an outstanding success. It utilized an existing NATO infrastructure, actively collaborated with other NATO assets (e.g., the NATO Training Group and the PfP Consortium), and built a transition path toward the delivery of its work to NATO school houses. By accomplishing the RTG goals of creating and strengthening partnerships among 24 key Partner Nations, RTG HFM-212 has contributed sizable technology awareness as well as real capabilities to the NATO education and training communities.