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JFTC Supports NATO Knowledge Competitions Approximately 150 pupils from Kuyavia and Pomerania Regions primary and junior high schools participated in two competitions focused on NATO-related topics. On 29 May and 2 June the Joint Force Training Centres Commander and Deputy Commander Chief of Staff awarded the best participants of both contests. On 29 May Brigadier GeneralWojciech Grabowski met with laureates of the second edition of the Together in NATO English Language and NATO Competition. The event aimedatencouragingyoungpeopletoimprove their English skills promoting knowledge of NATO as well as at commemorating Polands presence in the Alliance. Over 100 students participated in the first school phase and the best of them met in May in the International School of Bydgoszcz ISOB where the final stage was held. Four days later on 2 June Brigadier General Laszlo Szabo the JFTC Deputy Commander Chief of Staff met with participants of the 7th edition of the Municipal NATO Knowledge Competition organized by the Primary School No 38 in Bydgoszcz. The JFTC has supported this event since its beginning in 2008 and it has already become a tradition that the centres Flag Officers take part in the award ceremony and congratulate winners. So it was this time. Thecompetitionisdesignedforprimary schools of Bydgoszcz. Its main goal is to raise young peoples knowledge on NATOs history the Alliances role in global peace keeping good cooperation between NATO Nations and symbols of both the Alliance and member nations. This time close to 50 participants from 9 schools took the challenge and verified their knowledge throughout respective phases of the competition. 12 of them made it to the final. After a stiff rivalry laureates of three first places were announced. Transformation Through Training Issue No 7 July 2015 47 In Retrospect Life at JFTC