The Navy participates in the military exercises “Rekin” and “Northern Coasts 2022” / Article

The Navy participates in the military exercises “Rekin” and “Northern Coasts 2022” / Article
The Navy participates in the military exercises “Rekin” and “Northern Coasts 2022” / Article

The headquarters and support ship A-90 “Varonis” and soldiers who will support and ensure the operation of the headquarters of the Baltic Naval Squadron (BALTRON) will participate in the “Rekin” exercise. Ships of the Lithuanian and Estonian navies also take part in the exercise.

The aim of the military exercises is to conduct in-depth personnel training of the participating units in various types of threat environments to ensure their interoperability and improve cooperation procedures.

The international military exercise “Northern Coasts 2022” is organized by the German Navy from September 9 to 22 in the Baltic Sea. The headquarters and support ship A-53 “Virsaitis”, the patrol ship P-09 “Rēzekne”, ships and aircraft from France, Lithuania, Estonia and the USA, as well as the US Diver Unit, participate in the exercises.

The purpose of the exercise “Northern Coasts 2022” is the training of maritime defense elements in a group of ships in order to increase interoperability and eliminate possible shortcomings, thus strengthening cooperation between the naval forces of the Baltic Sea countries.

BALTRON is one of the longest-lasting cooperation projects of the Baltic States, which has been implemented since August 1998. The purpose of this cooperation format is to provide a permanent rapid response capability at sea in peacetime and in crisis. BALTRON’s first commander was sea captain Ilmārs Lešinskis from the Latvian Navy.

Typo?

Highlight the text and press Ctrl+Enterto send the text fragment to be corrected to the editor!

Highlight the text and press on Report a bug buttons to send the text fragment to be corrected to the editor!

Report a bug


The article is in Latvian

Tags: Navy participates military exercises Rekin Northern Coasts Article

PREV Monks in Thailand forced to leave temple after failing drug test
NEXT “It’s a historic event!” – researchers have developed drugs that could help those affected by so far incurable diseases