NATO concludes interoperability exercise in Poland

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Polish Army soldiers in the 'Strong in Alliance' military parade in Warsaw, Poland, 03 May 2019. The parade was organized on the occasion to mark the 20th anniversary of Poland's membership in NATO and the 15th anniversary of Poland's joining the European Union. More than 2,000 Polish and allied soldiers take part in the military parade.

NATO concludes interoperability exercise in Poland


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NATO’s annual Coalition Warrior Interoperability Exercise has concluded on 27 June at the Joint Force Training Centre in Bydgoszcz, Poland. The three-week exercise, which was the largest of this series of exercises to date, aimed to test and improve the ability of Allied and partner forces and their systems to operate together.
More than 1.500 engineers, scientists and military operators from NATO Allies and partners took part in the event, and executed more than 7,000 interoperability tests between 300 different military capabilities.

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