SEEBRIG Force Structure
| SEEBRIG is a brigade - sized force of about 5000 troops in units allocated to SEEBRIG by the participating countries.
Four mechanized infantry battalions, one framework mechanized infantry regiment enforced with one infantry company and one mechanized company, one reconnaissance company and one reconnaissance platoon have been declared by the participating nations.
One self-propelled howitzer battery, one engineer platoon, and two tactical air control parties form the combat support units while a multinational combat service support battalion (Composed of Bn HQ, multinational HQ Company, multinational Transportation Company, Supply Platoon, Medical Platoon, two EOD Teams and National Support Elements), is established to form a combat support service unit. The Host Nation (currently Nation 3) provides the Signal Company and HQ Company.
An Engineer Task Force composed of the units provided by the nations on a case by case basis was established in accordance with the Protocol signed in Bucharest on 30 November 1999.
For exercises, training activities and contingencies, the units allocated to SEEBRIG will come together to form the appropriate force packages. Operational control over SEEBRIG units is to be transferred to COMSEEBRIG in case of deployment for mission.Nations are responsible for the training of their own units in their permanent home base locations and in national training facilities in accordance with jointly established standards.
| SEEBRIG Headquarters Structure
| One of the assets of command and control structure and most important tool of commander is the headquarters. According to the structure, SEEBRIG HQ has functional sections starting from G1 to G8. Political Advisor and Legal Advisor are crucial assistant of commander to make a decision correct and immediate.
Blue color : Rotational Posts (2 years rotational period)
Red Color : Host Nation Positions
Green Color : Determined Positions