NATO’s Advanced Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) exercise, Dynamic Mongoose, began on June 13, 2022. The exercise involves naval and air force from nine NATO countries: Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal and the United Kingdom. The United States, including 3 submarines, 11 surface ships, and 16 maritime patrol aircraft.
NATO Maritime Command Press Release
Dynamic mongoose Norwegian sea Every summer, surface ships, submarines, aircraft and personnel gather for anti-submarine warfare training.
The purpose of Dynamic Mongoose is to provide complex, realistic and rewarding war training for all participants, with an emphasis on safety while interoperability and proficiency in the areas of anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare. Is to increase. During the exercise, the submarines take turns hunting and hunting, working closely with participants in the air and on the ground.
Allied initiative Maritime CommandThe long-term planned exercises also demonstrate the readiness and mobility of the Maritime Elements of the Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF), which leads NATO Response Force (NRF).
“These exercises are aimed at gaining experience, strengthening teamwork and improving knowledge of the operational domain that enhances the NATO alliance interoperability. These are the GIUK gaps between Iceland and Norway. It takes place in the vast waters of NATO and demonstrates that NATO’s capabilities are functioning in this region, including our role in maintaining the freedom of navigation of the international maritime community. “
Admiral Stephen MackCommander, submarine NATO
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