The Military Committee of NATO for the first time included a woman

Rear Admiral of the Norwegian armed forces Louise Dedichen was the first woman to join the NATO Military Committee. The official representative of the organization Oana Lungescu reported it.

“Congratulations to rear Admiral Louise Dedichen of Norway — the first woman on the NATO Military Committee,” Lungescu wrote on Twitter.

The NATO military Committee consists of the chiefs of the General staffs of the member States of the bloc. The Committee advises other organs of the organization and provides advice on military strategy, thereby influencing the political decisions of the Alliance.

It is known that Louise was born in 1964. She began her career in 1987.

According to Dedichen, she looks forward to when she will be able to start the duties in a new position.

She will work together with the Ministry of Defense and the NATO Alliance.

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Author: Flyn Braun
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