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40 Transformation Through Training Issue No 7 July 2015 organizations that cooperate with the kujawsko-pomorskie government officers from the NATO Joint Force Training Centre JFTC and peace missions veterans. Also students and teachers from uniform classes with curriculums extended by subjects related to defence and military services took part in the conference. They were students from 6th High School in Toru 8th High School in Bydgoszcz Upper-Secondary School Complex in Kocielec the Inowrocaw Poviat School Complex in Wronie the Wbrzeno Poviat and School Complex from Marysin the Wocawek Poviat. There were also students and teachers from the International School of Bydgoszcz ISOB. During the conference winners of the 1st Regional Competition of English and Knowledge of NATO organized in Bydgoszcz by the ISOB in cooperation with the JFTC received awards. The competition was aimed at students of 5th and 6th grades of primary schools and junior high schools from the area of the kujawsko-pomorskie region and Piotr Cabecki the Marshall was the honorary patron of the event. The next part of the celebrations of the 15th anniversary of Polands joining NATO was the formal part of the regional parliament session held on 24 March 2014. During the session Unitas Durat Cuiaviano Pomeraniensis Marshall of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Province Medals were awarded. The formal part of the session was held in front of the Marshall Office building. A Polish Army Honorary Company Military Band from Toru color corps of the Artillery and Armament Training Centre CSAiU and kujawsko-pomorskie province awarded guests province council members and other invited guests took part in it. Civilians and soldiers of merit received Marshall Medals. The head of the province awarded the medals for significant contribution to the states security and functioning of the regional community and also for direct and close relations with the community. The next episode of the Together in NATO celebrations were military shows and concurrent events happening from 7 to 9 May 2014 in Bydgoszcz and Toru and also a concert performed by the Sonata Warsaw Symphonic Orchestra in the Toru Garrison Church 8 June. Last years program of celebrations included among others formal gatherings presentations showing Polands participation in NATO missions simulations of tasks executed during NATO military missions performed by their participants a VTC with soldiers currently serving on NATO missions quizzes exhibitions and entertainment performances. The participants could also enjoy concerts performed by the Riwiera Polish Navy Band Toru Military Orchestra and Kobranocka band. Young people who participated in the program had a chance to see how the army functions. From 7 to 9 May the youth were accommodated at the CSAiU barracks. They had to obey the same rules as soldiers. Thanks to courtesy of military institutions the youth and region citizens could participate in the events in the premises of the CSAiU in Toru the Toru training ground the Joint Force Training Centre in Bydgoszcz 1st Logistic Brigade in Bydgoszcz and in 12th Military Economic Department in Toru. The Marshall Office of the kujawsko- pomorskie province is a state institution that has been actively involved in creating a positive image of Polish Armed Forces among the society. To achieve this it organizes or co-organizes numerous events addressed to children youth and grown- ups like festivities Soldier May Picnics Together in NATO I am EKO It is Safer with the Army meetings and competitions for students of military classes in the country contests on military topics including army songs etc. The celebrations of the 15th anniversary of Polands joining NATO organized within the Together in NATO program created a great opportunity to invite MPs who deal with defence related issues to visit our region. It must be mentioned here that the kujawsko-pomorskie province is an important point on Polands military map. This is where three out of four international NATO structures operating in our country are located as well as Polish Army units that are fundamental for the countrys defence system. The program of the session co-organized by the Marshall Ofiice included meetings in the Artillery and Armament Training Centre in Toru NATO Joint Force Training Centre in Bydgoszcz and also in the premises of the Bydgoszcz Military Aviation Plant. In Bydgoszcz on the other hand BG Wojciech Grabowski the Commander of the NATO Joint Force Training Centre and Piotr Cabecki the Marshall of the