Confédération Interalliée des Sous-Officiers de Réserve

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Coordinates: 50°52′34.16″N 4°25′19.24″E / 50.8761556°N 4.4220111°E / 50.8761556; 4.4220111

Confédération Interalliée des Sous-Officiers de Réserve
Confédération Interalliée des Sous-Officiers de Réserve
Logo CISOR-Final.jpg
Flag, created by Italy in 2013[1]
AbbreviationCISOR
Formation1 June 1963
TypeMilitary alliance
HeadquartersSantahamina, Helsinki/Finland
Membership
Official language
French
English
Président CISOR
Michel d'Alessandro (Belgium)
Websitewww.cisor.info

The Confédération Interalliée des Sous-Officiers de Réserve (CISOR), until 2013 also known as Association Européenne des Sous-Officiers de Réserve (AESOR), is the parent organisation of the national European NCO Reserve Corps within the NATO and also international. Currently CISOR consists 13 countries under the presidential lead of Belgium. This non-profit organisation was founded June 1, 1963.[2]

History[edit]

Already before WWII existed various connections between the reserve officer corps of Belgium, France and the Netherlands, which started working together again in 1946, after the war. Those connections led to the first Congress event and the formal establishment of the „Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers“ (CIOR) November 20, 1948 in Brussels.[3] Step-by-step the countries of Luxembourg (1952), Denmark (1956), Greece (1956), United States (1958), Italy (1960), Germany (1961), Great Britain (1963), Canada (1964), Norway (1966) and Spain (1992) also joined in.

CISOR was founded as Association Européenne des Sous-Officiers de Réserve (AESOR). That happened at the French Navy base of Toulon on June 1, 1963 and was following an initiative of the Fédération Nationale des Associations des Sous-Officiers de Réserve (FNASOR). The ratification of the different charters was made by the representatives of the NCO corpsmen of Belgium, Luxembourg, The Federal Republik of Germany, Switzerland and France.[4]

The presidents of AESOR and CISOR from 1963 until present
Nr. Name Land Begin of the period End of the period
1 Sergeant Abbé Henri Pistre
(1900–1981)
 France 1963 1965
2 Adjudant Henri Leclercq  Belgium 1966 1968
3 Oberbootsmann d.R. Siegfried Hermann  Germany 1968 1969
4 AD Uof Emile Fillettez   Switzerland 1970 1971
5 Général Marcel Buffin  France 1972 1973
6 Vizeleutnant Johann Hechenberger  Austria 1974 1975
7 Adjudant Pierre van Hove  Belgium 1976 1977
8 Oberfeldwebel Werner Frank  Germany 1978 1979
9 Adj Uof Viktor Bulgheroni   Switzerland 1980 1981
10 Vizeleutnant Hermann Loidold  Austria 1982 1982
11 Vizeleutnant Herbert Simmer  Austria 1983 1983
12 Sergeant-chef Charles de Giafferi  France 1984 1985
13 Adjudant Edward Majois  Belgium 1986 1987
14 Hauptfeldwebel Klaus Günnewig  Germany 1988 1989
15 Adj Uof Robert Nussbaumer   Switzerland 1990 1991
16 Maresc Gerardo Di Lorenzo  Italy 1992 1993
17 Vizeleutnant Josef Grünstäudl  Austria 1994 1995
18 Adjudant Dimitri Pezirianoglou  France 1996 1997
19 Adjudant Nico C. Frerichs  Netherlands 1998 1999
20 Adjudant André Vallée  Belgium 2000 2001
21 Hauptbootsmann Michael Warfolomeow  Germany 2002 2003
22 Adj Uof Alfons Cadario
(1940–2016)
  Switzerland 2004 2005
23 Vizeleutnant Franz Hitzl  Austria 2006 2007
24 Arturo Malagutti  Italy 2008 2010
25 Luis Messeguer  Spain 2010 2011
26 Sgt. Miguel Núñez  Spain 2012 2012
27 Maître Principal Philippe Cogan  France 2012 2014
28 Tomaž Lavtižar  Slovenia 2014 2016
29 Ilpo Pohjola  Finland 2016 2018
30 Michel d'Alessandro  Belgium 2018 2020

Directives[edit]

The current statute establishes that, together with civil and military authorities, European and national, CISOR contributes to the creation of a European defense system to safeguard freedom in Europe. These are the purposes:[5]

a) To participate to the creation of an international common Reservists Statute, for all EU and non EU countries.
b) To boost the military improvement, theoretical and practical, of all members, in order to develop a constant defense and security spirit.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The official Emblem of CISOR". CISOR. Retrieved 1 January 2015.
  2. ^ International: CIOR – AESOR, Bundeswehr.de (German), retrieved 1 January 2015.
  3. ^ Historique, Mil.be (French), retrieved 1 January 2015.
  4. ^ FNASOR.com Archived 1 January 2015 at the Wayback Machine (French), retrieved 1 January 2015.
  5. ^ CISOR.info, retrieved 1 January 2015.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Reserveunteroffiziere stellen sich international neu auf. loyal 05/13, p. 48
  • AESOR Wettkämpfe in Toledo und Warschau. Informationsdienst für Reservisten & Reservistinnen, edited by Führungsstab der Streitkräfte, I/2012, p. 9

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