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NATO on Duty - Ep 30. NATO ships support QRF
NATO’s maritime fleet flexes its muscles in the North Atlantic, both for ongoing training and to prepare elements of the force to become part of the NATO Response Force 2017 (Maritime).
Three NATO Maritime Groups participated in NATO exercise Noble Mariner 2016. Noble Mariner was part of a larger UK Royal Navy exercise named Joint Warrior and served as a certification event for the NATO Response Force (NRF) Maritime component.
Training included anti-submarine warfare, mine counter-measures, maritime security, live fire and close air support.
Footage includes marines performing anti-landing drills with small arms fire, anti-submarine warfare drills, air defence drills. Various fleet ships manoeuvring at sea, helicopters taking off and flying over exercise area. Aerial shots of ships from various nations.
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NATO on Duty - Ep 29. Bomb Disposal E...
How do bomb disposal experts improve their skills? By attending training exercises such as Northern Challenge, organised each year by the Icelandic Coast Guard.
The exercise is supported by NATO’s Defence Against Terrorism Programme of Work, DAT POW: https://goo.gl/gtVSwP
NATO on Duty - Ep 28. Brits Lead NATO...
In 2017, the United Kingdom will take the lead for NATO’s Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF).
But what does that mean to the British soldiers who will be part of the task force? We talk to some of the soldiers to find out what it means to them.
Footage includes: shots of the Bri...
NATO on Duty - Ep 27. Introducing VJTF
The VJTF (or Very High Readiness Joint Task Force) is NATO’s spearhead force designed to react to a crisis situation at short notice.
The Land component is comprised of approximately 5,000 troops from 14 nations, made up of armour, infantry and artillery. These units exercised together recent...