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Defence Planning Committee (NATO)
The Defence Planning Committee (DPC) is normally composed of Permanent Representatives, but meets at the level of Defence Ministers at least twice a year.
Until France rejoined NATO, it was not represented on the Defence Planning Committee, and this led to conflicts between it and NATO members.
In addition to the North Atlantic Council, he chairs the Defence Planning Committee and the Nuclear Planning Committee, two of NATO's important military organizations.
NATO Defence Ministers attended a meeting in Brussels of the Defence Planning Committee on May 22-23 and formally abandoned their 13-year-old target of 3 per cent real annual increases in national defence budgets [see p. 36750].
The coordination role between the two is carried out by the Defence Planning Committee which directs its output to the Division of Defence Policy and Planning, a nominally civilian department that works closely with the Military Committee's International Military Staff.
NATO Defence Ministers attended meetings of the Defence Planning Committee (DPC) and the Nuclear Planning Group (NPG) in Brussels on Dec. 6-7 under the chairmanship of the German Defence Minister Gerhard Stoltenberg.
In January 1980 the first E-3A Component personnel started arriving at the base, and in October 1980 the NATO Defence Planning Committee (DPC) granted the E-3A Component the status of a NATO International Military Headquarters.