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NATO Battlegroups Train Together at Exercise Iron Wolf

NATO’s multinational battle group in Lithuania demonstrates their bridge building skills and joint combat readiness during exercise Iron Wolf in Lithuania.


At one of Lithuania’s largest annual military exercises, Iron Wolf, distinguished visitors such as Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg view the combat readiness and multinational togetherness of NATO’s enhanced Forward Presence battlegroup situated in Lithuania. The battlegroup is led by Germany and includes troops from Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Norway.

The display included a bridge building exercise enabling the transport of armored vehicles across a river. As well as troops from the multinational battle group, the exercise also involved soldiers from 10 other NATO countries.

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