BALTOPS

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BALTOPSBaltic Operations
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The 47th BALTOPS exercise involves maritime, air and ground forces with about 50 ships and submarines, in addition to 40 aircrafts and will run through June 21, NATO said in a statement.
Led BALTOPS 2015 Begins with Heftier Presence Than Last Year's Exercise," USNI News, June 5, 2015, news.usni.org/; Megan Eckstein, "Foggo: BALTOPS 2016 Includes More Antisub, More Challenging Amphibious Operations," USNI News, June 15, 2016, news.usni.org/.
NATO concern about the security of its Baltic member and partner states has seen 'BALTOPS' focus firmly on preparations to conduct amphibious operations.
In its 40th iteration, this summer's multi-national exercise, Baltic Operation (BALTOPS) 2012 orchestrated about 1,800 Sailors and Marines from 12 different countries, 30 aircraft and 27 ships.
In 2012, the annual U.S.-sponsored maritime exercise, BALTOPS, involved an unprecedented landing operation on the Lithuanian seacoast, supported by two U.S.
KAUNAS - On June 11 for the first time in the history of Lithuania the allied forces conducted a naval landing operation on the Lithuanian seacoast as part of the multinational exercise BALTOPS 2012.
"Our mission is to provide exercise related construction (ERC) in support of BALTOPS 2010" said Ens.
NATO, along with Finland and Sweden, conducted BALTOPS this year.
A Russian fighter jet intercepted a small group of US warplanes, including Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker military refueling aircraft, two B-1 bombers and one B-52, during the BALTOPS (Baltic Operations) annual training exercise on June 10.
Breedlove said the exercises are not a NATO exercise, but rather a "Polish multinational exercise." NATO is conducting a separate exercise -- BALTOPS -- in the Baltic Sea.