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Department of Defence (DoD)

Secretary of Defence

Peter Hultqvist

Deputy Secretary of Defence

Julie Åström

Under Secretary of Defence for the Army

Amilia Månsson

Under Secretary of Defence for the Navy

Flora Larsson

Under Secretary of Defence for the Air Force

Stefan Nordström

Under Secretary of Defence for the Antarctic

Nima Ivarsson

General Director of the Defence Materiel Administration

Göran Mårtensson

 
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DEFENCE WHITE PAPER
SECRETARY PETER HULTQVIST
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE
Commissioned June 1996



TOP SECRET


Department of Defence
- Appointment of an Under Secretary of Defence for the Antarctic.
- Appointment of an Assistant Secretary of Defence for Strategic Defence.

Swedish Armed Forces Headquarters
- Formation of a new branch of the Armed Forces named the Antarctic Defence Force.
- Formation of a new branch of the Armed Forces named the Swedish Strategic Defence Network.
- Transfer of appropriate surplus personnel from all branches to the Antarctic Defence Force and Swedish Strategic Defence Network.
- Transfer of appropriate equipment from all branches to the Antarctic Defence Force and Swedish Strategic Defence Network.
- Transfer of Special Forces personnel from the Swedish Special Operations Group to dedicated organisation within their respective branches.
- Dissolution of the Swedish Special Operations Group.
- Dissolution of the Swedish Home Guard.
- Renaming of the Swedish Air Force to the Swedish Royal Air Force.
- Commissioning of the construction of the Ross Military Base and Enderby Military Base in Antarctica.

Swedish Royal Navy
- Continued development of the Kungsbacka Navy Base by Old Norse Construction Company due to complete in June/July 1996.

Kitty Hawk-Class Aircraft Carrier;​
- Vessel is aircraft capable for ninety aircraft.​
- Vessel does not have facility for support craft.​
- 5624 personnel in an average company.​
- 1 vessel in active service.​

Rotterdam-Class Landing Platform Dock;​
- Vessel is aircraft capable for six medium-sized multi-role helicopters or three large multi-role helicopters.​
- Vessel does have facility for four landing craft.​
- 128 personnel in an average company.​
- 2 vessel in active service.​

Oslo-Class Frigate;​
- Vessel is not aircraft capable.​
- Vessel does not have facility for support craft.​
- 120 personnel in an average company.​
- 14 vessels in active service.​
- Listed for future decommissioning and replacement by a more capable multi-role frigate.​
- Valued at approximately $1,702,400,000.00 (total cost price of original purchase).​
- Transfer to the Antarctic Defence Force.​

Naresuan-Class Frigate;​
- Vessel is aircraft capable for one medium-sized multi-role helicopter.​
- Vessel does not have facility for support craft.​
- 150 personnel in an average company.​
- 7 vessels in active service.​
- Listed for future decommissioning and replacement by a cruiser better suited to carrier operations.​
- Valued at approximately $2,100,000,000.00 (estimate).​

Brandenburg-Class Frigate;​
- Vessel is aircraft capable for two medium-sized multi-role helicopters.​
- Vessel does not have facility for support craft.​
- 216 personnel in an average company.​
- 8 vessels in active service.​

Göteborg-Class Corvette;​
- Vessel is not aircraft capable.​
- Vessel does not have facility for support craft.​
- 41 personnel in an average company.​
- 8 vessels in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for coastal patrol in and around Antarctica.​

Carlskrona-Class Ocean Patrol Vessel;​
- Vessel is aircraft capable for one medium-sized multi-role helicopter.​
- Vessel does not have facility for support craft.​
- 170 personnel in an average company.​
- 1 vessel in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for ocean patrol in and around Antarctica.​
- Reclassification to Carlskrona-Class Patrol Vessel.​

Tapper-Class Patrol Boat;​
- Vessel is not aircraft capable.​
- Vessel does not have facility for support craft.​
- 8 personnel in an average company.​
- 13 vessels in active service.​

Orion-Class Ocean Surveillance Ship;​
- Vessel is not aircraft capable.​
- Vessel does not have facility for support craft.​
- 26 personnel in an average company.​
- 1 vessel in active service.​
- Reclassification to Orion-Class Surveillance Ship.​

Koster-Class Mine Countermeasures Vessel;​
- Vessel is not aircraft capable.​
- Vessel does not have facility for support craft.​
- 28 personnel in an average company.​
- 6 vessel in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for minesweeping in and around Antarctica.​
- Consideration for further production to meet a total number of 12.​

Trossö-Class Command Ship;​
- Vessel is not aircraft capable.​
- Vessel does not have facility for support craft.​
- 61 personnel in an average company.​
- 1 vessels in active service.​
- Listed for future decommissioning due to redundancy within the Swedish Royal Navy future ambitions.​
- Valued at approximately $43,000,000.00 (estimate).​

Etna-Class Replenishment Oiler and Logistic Support Ship;​
- Vessel is aircraft capable for two medium-sized multi-role helicopter.​
- Vessel does not have facility for support craft.​
- 245 personnel in an average company.​
- 2 vessels in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for logistics in and around Antarctica.​

Belos-Class Submarine Rescue Ship;​
- Vessel is not aircraft capable.​
- Vessel does have facility for one Submarine Rescue Vessel (URF MkII).​
- 40 personnel in an average company.​
- 1 vessel in active service.​
- Consideration for further production to meet a total number of 2.​

Södermanland-Class Submarine;​
- Vessel is not aircraft capable.​
- Vessel does not have facility for support craft.​
- 24 personnel in an average company.​
- 5 vessel in active service.​

Ula-Class Submarine;​
- Vessel is not aircraft capable.​
- Vessel does not have facility for support craft.​
- 21 personnel in an average company.​
- 4 vessel in active service.​
- Transfer to the Antarctic Defence Force.​

Type 092 Submarine;​
- Vessel is not aircraft capable.​
- Vessel does not have facility to use the JL-1A SLBM.​
- 100 personnel in an average company.​
- 1 vessel in active service.​

CB90-Class Fast Assault Craft;​
- 24 personnel in an average company.​
- 123 vessel in active service.​
- Consideration for further production to meet a total number of 147.​

Griffon 2000TD Hovercraft;​
- 23 personnel in an average company.​
- 3 vessel in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

SAM 3 Minesweeping USV;​
- Vessel is unmanned.​
- 6 vessel in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

600-Class Fast Supply Vessel;​
- 18 personnel in an average company.​
- 16 vessel in active service.​

G-Class Landing Craft;​
- 18 personnel in an average company.​
- 100 vessel in active service.​

McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet;​
- 1 personnel in an average crew.​
- 30 aircraft in active service.​

Northrop Grumman EA-6B Prowler;​
- 4 personnel in an average crew.​
- 10 aircraft in active service.​

Grumman C-2 Greyhound;​
- 4 personnel in an average crew.​
- 5 aircraft in active service.​

Lockheed LC-130;​
- 3 personnel in an average crew.​
- 6 aircraft in active service.​
- Transfer to the Antarctic Defence Force.​

Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk;​
- 4 personnel in an average crew.​
- 44 aircraft in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

Sikorsky MH-53M Pave Low IV;​
- 6 personnel in an average crew.​
- 14 aircraft in active service.​

Eurocopter AS332 Super Puma;​
- 2 personnel in an average crew.​
- 14 aircraft in active service.​
- Consideration for further production to meet a total number of 22.​


Swedish Army
Stridsvagn 122;​
- 4 personnel in an average crew.​
- 126 vehicles in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

Combat Vehicle 90;​
- 4 personnel in an average crew.​
- 509 vehicles in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

Pansarbandvagn 302;​
- 11 personnel in an average crew.​
- 281 vehicles in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

Patria Pasi;​
- 18 personnel in an average crew.​
- 316 vehicles in active service.​

URO VAMTAC Ambulance;​
- 4 personnel in an average crew.​
- 16 vehicles in active service.​

RG-32M Galten;​
- 7 personnel in an average crew.​
- 380 vehicles in active service.​

Bandvagn 206S;​
- 17 personnel in an average crew.​
- 153 vehicles in active service.​

Ingenjörbandvagn 120;​
- 3 personnel in an average crew.​
- 6 vehicles in active service.​

Bandschaktare 18T;​
- 1 personnel in an average crew.​
- 8 vehicles in active service.​

Brobandvagn 120;​
- 2 personnel in an average crew.​
- 6 vehicles in active service.​

Bergepanzer Büffel;​
- 3 personnel in an average crew.​
- 26 vehicles in active service.​

Haubits FH77;​
- 14 personnel in an average crew.​
- 256 vehicles in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

Luftvärnskanonvagn 90;​
- 7 personnel in an average crew.​
- 30 vehicles in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

ARTHUR Artillery Hunting Radar;​
- 4 personnel in an average crew.​
- 60 vehicles in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

Maskinell Fordonsmatta;​
- 3 personnel in an average crew.​
- 3 vehicles in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

Däcksbro 200;​
- 6 personnel in an average crew.​
- 5 vehicles in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

Scania 4 6x6;​
- 2 personnel in an average crew.​
- 2,000 vehicles due to be in active service.​

Oshkosh HET M1070;​
- 2 personnel in an average crew.​
- 65 vehicles in active service.​


Swedish Air Force
Saab JAS 39C Gripen;​
- 1 personnel in an average crew.​
- 132 aircraft in active service.​

Saab JAS 39B Gripen;​
- 2 personnel in an average crew.​
- 47 aircraft in active service.​

Saab 105;​
- 2 personnel in an average crew.​
- 23 aircraft in active service.​

Lockheed C-130 Hercules;​
- 5 personnel in an average crew.​
- 5 aircraft in active service.​

Boeing C-17 Globemaster III;​
- 3 personnel in an average crew.​
- 2 aircraft in active service.​

Lockheed C-5B Galaxy;​
- 7 personnel in an average crew.​
- 8 aircraft in active service.​

Lockheed Martin KC-130H;​
- 4 personnel in an average crew.​
- 1 aircraft in active service.​

Saab 340 AEW&C;​
- 6 personnel in an average crew.​
- 2 aircraft in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

Gulfstream IV SIGNIT;​
- 16 personnel in an average crew.​
- 2 aircraft in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

Airbus A330-300;​
- 5 personnel in an average crew.​
- 2 aircraft in active service.​

Lockheed U-2 "Dragon Lady";​
- 1 personnel in an average crew.​
- 2 aircraft in active service.​

Xia H-6C;​
- 4 personnel in an average crew.​
- 2 aircraft in active service.​

Eurocopter AS332 Super Puma;​
- 2 personnel in an average crew.​
- 18 aircraft in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

AugustaWestland AW109;​
- 2 personnel in an average crew.​
- 20 aircraft in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​

Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk;​
- 4 personnel in an average crew.​
- 15 aircraft in active service.​
- Consideration for further production for support in and around Antarctica.​


Swedish Home Guard
Bandvagn 206S;​
- 17 personnel in an average crew.​
- 400 vehicles in active service.​
- Transfer to the Antarctic Defence Force.​

Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicle;​
- 10 personnel in an average crew.​
- 510 vehicles in active service.​
- Transfer to the Antarctic Defence Force.​


Swedish Special Operations Group
Snatch Land Rover;​
- 8 personnel in an average crew.​
- 172 vehicles in active service.​
- Transfer to the Swedish Army.​

Land Rover Wolf WMIK;​
- 3 personnel in an average crew.​
- 150 vehicles in active service.​
- Transfer to the Swedish Army.​

Elbit Hermes 450;​
- 2 personnel in an average performance crew.​
- 172 aircraft in active service.​
- Transfer to the Swedish Air Force.​

MIM-104B "PAC-2" Patriot;​
- 5 personnel in an average crew.​
- 33 vehicles in active service.​

NASAMS;​
- 5 personnel in an average crew.​
- 10 vehicles in active service.​

AN/FPS-77/117;​
- 3 personnel in an average performance crew.​
- 63 radars in active service.​

Spaningsradar 870;​
- 3 personnel in an average performance crew.​
- 63 radars in active service.​

AN/FPS-123 PAVE PAWS;​
- 35 personnel in an average performance crew.​
- 2 radars in active service.​

N/DSS-101 (SOSUS);​
- 35 personnel in an average performance crew.​
- 7 systems in active service.​

N/DSS-102 (SOSUS);​
- 35 personnel in an average performance crew.​
- 2 systems in active service.​
 
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CONCLUSORY DEFENCE REVIEW
SECRETARY PETER HULTQVIST
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE
Commissioned September 1996



TOP SECRET



Department of Defence
- Under Secretary of Defence for the Antarctic, Nima Ivarsson, appointed.
- Assistant Secretary of Defence for Strategic Defence, Mimi Svenka, appointed.

Swedish Armed Forces Headquarters
- Combined establishment ### active personnel across all branches.
- Total ### surplus personnel across all branches (pre-redeployment).

Swedish Royal Navy
- Equipped establishment of ### active personnel, leaving ### surplus for redeployment.

Swedish Army
- Equipped establishment of ### active personnel, leaving ### surplus for redeployment.

Swedish Royal Air Force
- Equipped establishment of 573 active personnel, leaving 18,427 surplus for resilience.
- Resilience establishment of 1,146 active personnel, leaving 17,281 surplus for essential functions.
- Following endorsement by HM King Carl XVI Gustaf, prefix 'Royal' appended to branch name.
- Structuring discrepancy with the Saab JAS 39B Gripen corrected.
- Structuring discrepancy with the Boeing C-17 Globemaster III corrected.

Antarctic Defence Force
- Equipped establishment of ### active personnel obtained from other branches surplus personnel redeployment.

Swedish Strategic Defence Network
- Equipped establishment of ### active personnel, leaving ### surplus for redeployment.
 
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