– Strength Through Cooperation –
NADIC’s purpose is to strengthen relations between the United States and Norway by promoting the defense and homeland security capabilities of the Norwegian industrial community. NADIC seeks to enhance existing relationships by promoting awareness of capabilities and products and services offered by the Norwegian defense and security community.
- To promote and develop awareness of the mutual defense and security policies consistent with strategic objects of the U.S. and Norway, strengthening historic ties between the two nations.
- To promote and develop defense and security policies favorable to Norwegian interests with the U.S. Congress and the executive branch of the U.S. Government.
- To perform research strengthening Norwegian and U.S. defense and security industries’ cooperation.
- To develop tighter relationships between Norwegian and U.S. research & development organizations and industry dedicated divisions.
- To help resolve problems and disputes that may affect or limit access to the U.S. military market.
- To ensure that U.S. government officials are informed of the unique capabilities of the Norwegian defense and security business community.
- To provide its membership with educational services and related support for “doing business” in the United States.
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US Sees Potential for Future Norwegian Defense CooperationWASHINGTON — The US will look toward more industrial cooperation with Norwegian defense firms in the future, according to the Pentagon’s No. 2 civilian. Deputy Secretary of Defense Bob Work, speaking at the May 19 NADIC Norwegian-American Defense Conference in Washington, said international cooperation on defense programs will likely continue as the two nations come to strengthen ties between each other's industrial bases.
Norway Eyes P-3 Replacement, ISR CapabilitiesWASHINGTON — As Norway eyes the completion of a four-year defense strategy, a top defense official pledged the country will invest in its maritime capabilities, including spending to replace its aging P-3 and submarine fleets.
Work Hails U.S-Norway Ties, Expresses Concern About ‘Revanchist’ RussiaWASHINGTON, May 19, 2016 — The global security landscape is changing, with a "revanchist" and "resurgent" Russia posing a major concern, Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work said here today. Work spoke at the Norwegian-American Defense Conference at the National Press Club, where he hailed Norway's commitment to global peace and security.
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