The main mission performed by AIRCOM Military Partnership are Expert Staff Visits (ESVs), Mobile Training Teams (MTTs) and Operational Capabilities Concept, Evaluation and Feedback (OCC E&F) visits.
ESVs generally the first performed in a Partner country aim at defining precisely the requirements of the Partner Air Force through meetings between Military Partnership officers and senior Partner Air Force officers. They also establish what AIRCOM can provide in support and pave the way for MTT missions.
These MTT missions involve Military Partnership as well as other Subject Matter Experts from AIRCOM to cover topics desired by the Partner country. MTT visits usually start with briefings and questions and answer sessions about NATO doctrine and procedures in special fields such as Joint Personnel Recovery or Forward Air Controllers.
The goal of OCC E&F is more ambitious, as this concept takes place after a dedicated process and permits selected Air units (fighter, transport or helicopter squadrons, air defence units etc.) to be assessed and fully integrated into NATO Air exercises and operations.
In addition to these missions, HQ AIRCOM Military Partnership organises seminars to further hone interoperability, e.g. the Aeromedical Evaluation in Sweden in 2013 and the Partner Air Chiefs Conference at Ramstein in 2014.