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Bunker "CAOC 3" - Reitan 

CAOC 3 - Combined Air Operations Center
Site Code  : CAOC 3

Position     : 67°18'04.15"N/14°51'54.34"E
Höhe üNN  : 65
m
Ansicht      : Detailansicht
 (1)

Umgebung : Luftlinie - 15,50 Km > ACE-High Station Bodö

"Reitan (Bodø) Norway. This underground facility formerly hosted NATO Combined Air Operations Center (CAOC) 3. It used to be one of 11 NATO multinational command centers responsible for planning, command and execution of all military air operations in its region both in peacetime and at war.
NATO decided in 2011 to close all CAOCS exept for the locations Uedem (responsible for N-Europe) and Torrejón (for S-Europe).
CAOC Reitan already deactivated 2008 and was reassigned Regional Command North (LDKN). "

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Übersichtspläne - Bezeichnungen - Transmitterverbindungen

NATO Bunker, Kommandostände - Linienplan
Bunker "CAOC 3" - Reitan > Verbindung in das nationale Fernmeldenetz - Cable Line
Bunker "CAOC 3" - Reitan > ACE-High System, Station ND - Bodö - L.o.S.-Line - Channel Capacity o.A.
Entfernung zwischen den Stationen 15,50 Km
Bunker "CAOC 3" - Reitan > ACE-High System, Station NKLZ - Bodo - L.o.S.-Line - Channel Capacity o.A.
Entfernung zwischen den Stationen 15,50 Km

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Link Seiten, Wikipedia
Thema - Combined Air Operations Centre  [1]
Autor   - Wikipedia
Quelle  - Wikipedia
URL     - Wikipedia

Thema - Norwegian Joint Headquarters [2]
Autor   - Wikipedia
Quelle  - Wikipedia
URL     - Wikipedia

Thema - Luftforsvarets stasjon Sørreisa [4]
Autor   - Wikipedia
Quelle  - Wikipedia
URL     - Wikipedia

Ehemalige NATO Combined Air Operation Centres in Europa
CAOC 1, in Finderup (DK), bis 30. Juni 2013.
CAOC 2, in Uedem (GE), ehemals Kalkar
CAOC 3, in Reitan (NO)
CAOC 4, in Meßstetten (GE) bis 31. Dezember 2008
CAOC 5, in Poggio Renatico (IT) bis 26. Juni 2013 (Deployable Air Command and Control Centre besteht weiter)
CAOC 6, in Eski Sehir (TU)
CAOC 7, in Larissa (GR)
CAOC 8, in Torrejón (SP)
CAOC 9, in High Wycombe (UK)
CAOC 10, in Monsanto (PO)

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Bilddokumentationen, Google Earth/Google Street (1)

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Beschreibungen
"Bunker - "CAOC 3" - "Reitan" - die Daten [3]
"Bunker - "CAOC 3" - "Reitan" - die Geschichte
"Bunker - "CAOC 3" - "Reitan" - heute (1)

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Bild - Quellenangaben
(1) Google Earth/Google Street




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Text - Quellenangaben

[1] Wikipedia, Combined Air Operations Centre

[1] http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combined_Air_Operations_Centre

[2] Wikipedia, Norwegian Joint Headquarters

[2] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norwegian_Joint_Headquarters

[3] Wikipedia, Flag of NATO.svg

[3] https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Flag_of_NATO.svg

[4] Wikipedia, Luftforsvarets stasjon Sørreisa

[4] https://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luftforsvarets_stasjon_S%C3%B8rreisa



 
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