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 14 countries under the presidential lead of Switzerland. This non-profit organisation was founded 1 June 1963.
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) 20 November 1948 in Brussels. 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.
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