NATO air defence drills in northern Poland
PR dla Zagranicy
A large-scale air defence exercise involving several thousand NATO troops was set to get under way in northern Poland on Monday.
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The Tobruq Legacy-19 drills, which run until June 19, are expected to bring together 4,800 troops from Poland and eight other NATO member states.
During the manoeuvres soldiers will use some 1,200 units of equipment to practice surface-based air defence tasks in the coastal town of Ustka and several other locations in northern Poland, the gp24.pl website has reported.
According to the defence24.com site, troops from Poland, Hungary, Germany, the Netherlands, Romania, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Britain and the United States will take part in the drills.
Source: gp24.pl, defence24.com