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Transformation Through Training Issue No 7 July 2015 41 Province gave their honorary patronage to the Days of the Kazimierz Wielki University Political Science Institute held from 12 to 13 May 2014. Formal celebrations of the 15th anniversary of Polands joining NATO were the theme of the Institute Day. Among others the celebrations were attended by BG Wojciech Grabowski the JFTC Commander Janusz Ostoja-Zagrski the President of the University university prorectors PhD Jan Waskan the Director of the Political Science Institute JFTC representatives Military Band conducted by CPT Dominik Sierzputowski invited guests and graduates of the Political Science Institute members of the University of the Third Age youth and high school teachers from schools teaching uniform classes as well as ISOB students. The program included lectures given bytheinvitedguestsadiscussionconcerning effectiveness of NATO operations and prognoses for the future a contest on NATO knowledge and NATO diplomatic protocol workshops organized for members of the Scientific Group from the National Security specialization. There were also theme exhibitions devoted to the 15th anniversary of Polands presence in NATO and 10 years of the JFTC in Bydgoszcz. From 20 to 21 April the Artillery and Armament Training Centre in Toru hosted participants of the Together in NATO program. The two-day stay that was coorganized by Polish Artillerist Association the Marshall Office of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Province and of course the CSAiU gathered almost 300 students and their teachers. They came from military classes from upper- secondary schools from the whole province. To let young people experience reality of military life they were accommodated in soldiers rooms that normally are used by soldiers getting ready to become the National Reserve Forces. On the second day the students had a chance to see the centres training basis artillery museum and equipment used by the CSAiU soldiers. Rocket launchers barrel artillery and also weapons and marksmens equipment were elements that attracted most interest. The program executed during the celebrations of the anniversary of Polands joining NATO ended with a concert entitled Together in NATO and performed by the Military Band from Toru and the Riwiera Polish Navy Vocal Band. Translated by Tomasz Ociski JFTC Language Expert