The 11 Air Assault Brigade (Dutch: 11 Luchtmobiele Brigade) is a rapid and light infantry unit within the Dutch and German forces and can be deployed anywhere on the globe within five to twenty days to defend its own or allied territory, protect the international rule of law and support law enforcement, disaster relief and humanitarian aid. Deployment can be as part of NATO or the United Nations. The brigade got its title of '7 december' when the First Division 7 December was disbanded in 2004.

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  • The 11 Air Assault Brigade (Dutch: 11 Luchtmobiele Brigade) is a rapid and light infantry unit within the Dutch and German forces and can be deployed anywhere on the globe within five to twenty days to defend its own or allied territory, protect the international rule of law and support law enforcement, disaster relief and humanitarian aid. Deployment can be as part of NATO or the United Nations. The brigade got its title of '7 december' when the First Division 7 December was disbanded in 2004. Since 2014, the 11 Air Assault Brigade has been part of the German Army Rapid Forces Division.When the Air Assault Brigade, an Army brigade, operates integrated with the Dutch Defence Helicopter Command, an Air Force command, they form the '11 Air Manoeuvre Brigade' (11 AMB). Helicopters from the Defence Helicopter Command support 11 Air Assault Brigade with troop transports and the transport of weapons and materials. Attack helicopters are used for reconnaissance, to give air support, and to provide cover for infantry on the ground. When helicopters are used in combination with infantry as parts of an offensive operation it is called an 'Air assault' operation. When troopcarrier helicopters are just used to bring infantry from A to B it is called an 'Air mobile' operation. With attack helicopters performing on their own it is called an 'Air mechanized' operation. When paratroopers are deployed it is called an 'Airborne' operation. The brigade is also able to operate 'Motorized' with heavily armed light armored vehicles. Specially trained units are also able to assist Special Forces as a 'Special Operations Task Group' (SOTG). In 2003 in Poland (exercise Gainful Sword), 2012 in the Netherlands (exercise Peregrine Sword) and 2014 in Hungary the brigade had and succeeded for its operational readiness test to (re)apply for its 'Air assault' status. Passing the test it proved to be able to run a brigade operation with the Air Assault Brigade and Defence Helicopter Command integrated as the 11 Air Manoeuvre Brigade. (en)
  • The 11 Air Assault Brigade (Dutch: 11 Luchtmobiele Brigade) is the rapid and light infantry unit within the Netherlands Defense forces and can be deployed anywhere on the globe within days to defend its own or allied territory, protect the international rule of law and support law enforcement, disaster relief and humanitarian aid. Deployment can be as part of NATO or the United Nations. They are the only regular unit in the Netherlands Defense forces that can rapidly deploy great quantity of high quality combat, combat service and combat service support troops including a command and control element to command a brigade size task force. This can be done by using (national/ partner forces) air lift capacity. The brigade got its title of '7 december' when the First Division 7 December was disbanded in 2004. Since 2014, the 11 Air Assault Brigade has been part of the German Army Rapid Forces Division.When the Air Assault Brigade, an Army brigade, operates integrated with the Dutch Defence Helicopter Command, an Air Force command, they form the '11 Air Manoeuvre Brigade' (11 AMB). Helicopters from the Defence Helicopter Command support 11 Air Assault Brigade with troop transports and the transport of weapons and materials. Attack helicopters are used for reconnaissance, to give air support, and to provide cover for infantry on the ground. When helicopters are used in combination with infantry as parts of an offensive operation it is called an 'Air assault' operation. When troopcarrier helicopters are just used to bring infantry from A to B it is called an 'Air mobile' operation. With attack helicopters performing on their own it is called an 'Air mechanized' operation. When paratroopers are deployed it is called an 'Airborne' operation. The brigade is also able to operate 'Motorized' with heavily armed light armored vehicles. Specially trained units are also able to assist Special Forces as a 'Special Operations Task Group' (SOTG). In 2003 in Poland (exercise Gainful Sword), 2012 in the Netherlands (exercise Peregrine Sword) and 2014 in Hungary the brigade had and succeeded for its operational readiness test to (re)apply for its 'Air assault' status. Passing the test it proved to be able to run a brigade operation with the Air Assault Brigade and Defence Helicopter Command integrated as the 11 Air Manoeuvre Brigade. (en)
  • The 11 Air Assault Brigade (Dutch: 11 Luchtmobiele Brigade) is the rapid and light infantry unit within the Netherlands Armed forces that can be deployed anywhere on the globe within days to defend its own or allied territory, protect the international rule of law and support law enforcement, disaster relief and humanitarian aid. They are the only regular unit in the Netherlands Defense forces that can rapidly deploy great quantity of high quality combat, combat service and combat service support troops including a command and control element to command a brigade size task force. This can be done using (national/ partner forces) air lift capacity. Because of this exceptional task within the Netherlands Armed Forces the members of the 11 Air Assault brigade wear maroon (red) barets. The 'red baret course' is one of the most demanding courses the Royal Netherlands Army has to offer and has a drop out rate of approx 70 procent. The brigade got its title of '7 december' when the First Division 7 December was disbanded in 2004. Since 2014, the 11 Air Assault Brigade has been part of the German Army Rapid Forces Division.When the Air Assault Brigade, an Army brigade, operates integrated with the Dutch Defence Helicopter Command, an Air Force command, they form the '11 Air Manoeuvre Brigade' (11 AMB). Helicopters from the Defence Helicopter Command support 11 Air Assault Brigade with troop transports and the transport of weapons and materials. Attack helicopters are used for reconnaissance, to give air support, and to provide cover for infantry on the ground. When helicopters are used in combination with infantry as parts of an offensive operation it is called an 'Air assault' operation. When troopcarrier helicopters are just used to bring infantry from A to B it is called an 'Air mobile' operation. With attack helicopters performing on their own it is called an 'Air mechanized' operation. When paratroopers are deployed it is called an 'Airborne' operation. The brigade is also able to operate 'Motorized' with heavily armed light armored vehicles. Specially trained units are also able to assist Special Forces as a 'Special Operations Task Group' (SOTG). In 2003 in Poland (exercise Gainful Sword), 2012 in the Netherlands (exercise Peregrine Sword) and 2014 in Hungary the brigade had and succeeded for its operational readiness test to (re)apply for its 'Air assault' status. Passing the test it proved to be able to run a brigade operation with the Air Assault Brigade and Defence Helicopter Command integrated as the 11 Air Manoeuvre Brigade. (en)
  • The 11 Air Assault Brigade (Dutch: 11 Luchtmobiele Brigade) is the rapid and light infantry unit within the Netherlands Armed forces that can be deployed anywhere on the globe within days to defend its own or allied territory, protect the international rule of law and support law enforcement, disaster relief and humanitarian aid. They are the only regular unit in the Netherlands Defense forces that can rapidly deploy great quantity of high quality combat, combat service and combat service support troops including a command and control element to command a brigade size task force. This can be done using (national/ partner forces) air lift capacity. Because of this exceptional task within the Netherlands Armed Forces the members of the 11 Air Assault brigade wear maroon (red) barets. The 'red baret course' is one of the most demanding courses the Royal Netherlands Army has to offer and has a drop out rate of approx 70 procent. The brigade got its title of '7 december' when the First Division 7 December was disbanded in 2004. Since 2014, the 11 Air Assault Brigade has been part of the German Army Rapid Forces Division.When the Air Assault Brigade, an Army brigade, operates integrated with the Dutch Defence Helicopter Command (Royal Netherlands Air force) they form the '11 Air Manoeuvre Brigade' (11 AMB). Helicopters from the Defence Helicopter Command support 11 Air Assault Brigade with troop transports and the transport of weapons and materials. Attack helicopters are used for reconnaissance, to give air support, and to provide cover for infantry on the ground. When helicopters are used in combination with infantry as parts of an offensive operation it is called an 'Air assault' operation. When troopcarrier helicopters are just used to bring infantry from A to B it is called an 'Air mobile' operation. With attack helicopters performing on their own it is called an 'Air mechanized' operation. When paratroopers are deployed it is called an 'Airborne' operation. The brigade is also able to operate 'Motorized' with heavily armed light armored vehicles. Specially trained units are also able to assist Special Forces as a 'Special Operations Task Group' (SOTG). In 2003 in Poland (exercise Gainful Sword), 2012 in the Netherlands (exercise Peregrine Sword) and 2014 in Hungary the brigade had and succeeded for its operational readiness test to (re)apply for its 'Air assault' status. Passing the test it proved to be able to run a brigade operation with the Air Assault Brigade and Defence Helicopter Command integrated as the 11 Air Manoeuvre Brigade. (en)
  • The 11 Air Assault Brigade (Dutch: 11 Luchtmobiele Brigade) is the rapid and light infantry unit within the Netherlands Armed forces that can be deployed anywhere on the globe within days to defend its own or allied territory, protect the international rule of law and support law enforcement, disaster relief and humanitarian aid. They are the only regular unit in the Netherlands Defense forces that can rapidly deploy great quantity of high quality combat, combat service and combat service support troops including a command and control element to command a brigade size task force. This can be done using (national/ partner forces) air lift capacity. Because of this exceptional task within the Netherlands Armed Forces the members of the 11 Air Assault brigade wear maroon (red) barets. The 'red baret course' is one of the most demanding courses the Royal Netherlands Army has to offer and has a drop out rate of approx 70 procent. The brigade got its title of '7 december' when the First Division 7 December was disbanded in 2004. Since 2014, the 11 Air Assault Brigade has been part of the German Army Rapid Forces Division.When the Air Assault Brigade, an Army brigade, operates integrated with the Dutch Defence Helicopter Command (Royal Netherlands Air force) they form the '11 Air Manoeuvre Brigade' (11 AMB). Helicopters from the Defense Helicopter Command support 11 Air Assault Brigade with troop transports and the transport of weapons and materials. Attack helicopters are used for reconnaissance, to give air support, and to provide cover for infantry on the ground. When helicopters are used in combination with infantry as parts of an offensive operation it is called an 'Air assault' operation. When troopcarrier helicopters are just used to bring infantry from point A to point B it is called an 'Air mobile' operation. With attack helicopters performing on their own it is called an 'Air mechanized' operation. When paratroopers are deployed it is called an 'Airborne' operation. The brigade is also able to operate 'Motorized' with heavily armed light armored vehicles. Specially trained units are also able to assist Special Operations Forces as a designated SOF support element and work integrated in a Special Operations Task Group (SOTG). In 2003 in Poland (exercise Gainful Sword), 2012 in the Netherlands (exercise Peregrine Sword) and 2014 in Hungary the brigade had and succeeded for its operational readiness test to (re)apply for its 'Air assault' status. Passing the test it proved to be able to run a brigade operation with the Air Assault Brigade and Defense Helicopter Command integrated as the 11 Air Manoeuvre Brigade. (en)
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  • The 11 Air Assault Brigade (Dutch: 11 Luchtmobiele Brigade) is the rapid and light infantry unit within the Netherlands Defense forces and can be deployed anywhere on the globe within days to defend its own or allied territory, protect the international rule of law and support law enforcement, disaster relief and humanitarian aid. Deployment can be as part of NATO or the United Nations. They are the only regular unit in the Netherlands Defense forces that can rapidly deploy great quantity of high quality combat, combat service and combat service support troops including a command and control element to command a brigade size task force. This can be done by using (national/ partner forces) air lift capacity. (en)
  • The 11 Air Assault Brigade (Dutch: 11 Luchtmobiele Brigade) is the rapid and light infantry unit within the Netherlands Armed forces that can be deployed anywhere on the globe within days to defend its own or allied territory, protect the international rule of law and support law enforcement, disaster relief and humanitarian aid. They are the only regular unit in the Netherlands Defense forces that can rapidly deploy great quantity of high quality combat, combat service and combat service support troops including a command and control element to command a brigade size task force. This can be done using (national/ partner forces) air lift capacity. Because of this exceptional task within the Netherlands Armed Forces the members of the 11 Air Assault brigade wear maroon (red) barets. The 're (en)
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