Press release: UK troops touch down in Norway following epic road move

#1
Hundreds of British Army troops have successfully completed an epic road move to Norway, where they will now begin training with allies ahead of NATO Exercise Trident Juncture.

Armed Forces Minister Mark Lancaster:


With the Arctic and Far North becoming increasingly militarised, it is now more important than ever for the UK and our NATO Allies to train across a range of challenging environments.

This exercise will truly test our ability to deter any aggression we may face in an era of intensifying threats.

Over the course of the next 10 days Army personnel will integrate with fellow troops from Denmark and Poland – sharing equipment, drills and personnel to form a multinational, combat-ready brigade.

Once complete British infantry and armoured reconnaissance vehicles, Danish main battle tanks and Polish armoured fighting vehicles will then conduct a week-long live exercise alongside brigades led by Germany and Italy against a fictitious invading enemy in defensive and offensive operations.

In total there will be 2,700 UK Armed Forces personnel as well as six Royal Navy ships, 480 vehicles and Royal Air Force Hawk aircraft.

With some 150 aircraft, 40,000 participants and 10,000 vehicles, Exercise Trident Juncture is the largest collective defence exercise NATO has seen in over a decade.

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#2
Hundreds of British Army troops have successfully completed an epic road move to Norway, where they will now begin training with allies ahead of NATO Exercise Trident Juncture.

Armed Forces Minister Mark Lancaster:

With the Arctic and Far North becoming increasingly militarised, it is now more important than ever for the UK and our NATO Allies to train across a range of challenging environments.​
This exercise will truly test our ability to deter any aggression we may face in an era of intensifying threats.​

Over the course of the next 10 days Army personnel will integrate with fellow troops from Denmark and Poland – sharing equipment, drills and personnel to form a multinational, combat-ready brigade.

Once complete British infantry and armoured reconnaissance vehicles, Danish main battle tanks and Polish armoured fighting vehicles will then conduct a week-long live exercise alongside brigades led by Germany and Italy against a fictitious invading enemy in defensive and offensive operations.

In total there will be 2,700 UK Armed Forces personnel as well as six Royal Navy ships, 480 vehicles and Royal Air Force Hawk aircraft.

With some 150 aircraft, 40,000 participants and 10,000 vehicles, Exercise Trident Juncture is the largest collective defence exercise NATO has seen in over a decade.

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'Epic road move' but nowhere does it actually talk about the road move'?

How far? How many vehicles? How many breakdowns? How many KFC family buckets bought at roadside services? How many bottles of wee flung from windows?

We need facts!
 
#5
There's a few threads on the 16AA Bde Twitter giving a little more detail, but it's mostly just pics of Foxhound, Huskey, Panther and Snatch in column.
 

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There's a few threads on the 16AA Bde Twitter giving a little more detail, but it's mostly just pics of Foxhound, Huskey, Panther and Snatch in column.
Sounds like a shit kids TV show. :D
 

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Sounds like 1979 with the AMF(L) all over again. Except for the Poles, obviously.
 
#8
'Epic road move' but nowhere does it actually talk about the road move'?

How far? How many vehicles? How many breakdowns? How many KFC family buckets bought at roadside services? How many bottles of wee flung from windows?

We need facts!
How many females in passing cars got their tits out for the lads?
 

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