The exercises included 1.3 thousand military personnel and 250 units of military equipment. The military will train on the principle of “troop against troop.”
NATO forces stationed in Lithuania have begun the 12-day Rising Bull exercise. LRT reported it.
It is reported that 1.3 thousand military personnel and 250 units of military equipment are involved in the exercises.
Rising Bull is being held to properly prepare for the upcoming Iron Wolf 2023-1 exercise, one of the largest annual international exercises of the Lithuanian Armed Forces.
It was also noted that during the exercise, the NATO Forward Based Force battle group and Prince Vaidotas’ Infantry Battalion of the Gelezinis vilkas (Iron Wolf) infantry brigade will train on the principle of “troop against troop.”
It was previously reported that in Lithuania, 14 Ukrainian soldiers are learning to use an air defense radar.
Lithuania bought 16 radars for Ukraine using donated funds
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