Date: 22 September 2020

Polish aircraft to take part in exercises in Baltic airspace


Polish F-16 multirole fighter aircraft will participate in the next edition of the Ramstein Alloy aerial training drills organised in airspace over the Baltic countries to improve air policing procedures.
Taking part in the exercise will be airmen and aircraft from the 31st Tactical Air Base located in Krzesiny, western Poland.
According to the Ministry of National Defence, Ramstein Alloy is getting underway, an exercise in airspace over the three Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The organiser of the exercise, with the participation of Polish F-16s, is NATO’s Allied Air Command.
The objective of the Ramstein Alloy exercise is to enhance the interoperability of NATO member and partner nations’ Air Forces in the Baltic Sea region. The exercise has been organized in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia since 2016

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