Joint Support and Enabling Service
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Joint Support and Enabling Service

The Joint Support and Enabling Service is a part of the Bundeswehr that, as a service provider, renders support to other areas and agencies. Without this agency, many things would simply not work.
The Joint Support and Enabling Service forms the basis for all operations conducted by the Bundeswehr.

  • Approximately 32.900 personnel

  • Approximately 11.900 vehicles

  • 241 garrisons

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Mission of the Joint Support and Enabling Service

The Joint Support and Enabling Service is a part of the Bundeswehr that, as a service provider, renders support to other fields of work. Without these specialists many things would simply not work.

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Organization

Which are the values, to which we have committed ourselves, and how do we intend to work together in the future? The answers to these questions will have an immediate effect on the Joint Support and Enabling Service.

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Exercises of the JSES

The Joint Support and Enabling Service is rarely practicing alone – in most cases it is practicing with others. It is important to coordinate procedures and processes at the national and multinational level.

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On Operations

Whether camp construction, military police, explosives detection dogs, CBRNchemical, biological, radiological, nuclear defense or military postal service – operations are often more about the Joint Support and Enabling Service than supposed.

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