NATO's deployable Air Command and Control experts set off to Türkiye For Exercise Ramstein Dust 22

  • 10 Jun. 2022 -
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  • Last updated: 29 Jun. 2022 14:57

A convoy of 30 military trucks with personnel and equipment from NATO's Deployable Air Command and Control Centre has deployed from its home in Poggio Renatico, Italy to Konya Air Base, Türkiye. The deployment is a key part of exercise Ramstein Dust-II 2022. The exercise will also integrate the tactical live flying phase of the Turkish-led exercise Anatolian Eagle 22 to enhance the NATO Integrated Air and Missile Defence (IAMD) posture and improve interoperability.

Lithuanian Armed Forces practice NATO Tactics, Techniques and Procedures in a realistic multi-domain scenario. Photo courtesy: Lithuanian Armed Forces

Air Control and Battle Management systems enable air operations in remote locations. Photo by: Mr Tiziano Menabó