Publicat: 27 Octombrie, 2015 - 13:35
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Militarii romani au interveit in cadrul plutonului de decontaminare Radiologica, Biologica si Chimica din Batalionul 202 Aparare CBRN "General Gheorghe Teleman", in cadrul exercitiului Trident Juncture 2015, cel mai mare de la incheierea Razboiului Rece, pe care Alianţa Nord-Atlantică (NATO) il desfasoara, intre 21 octombrie și 6 noiembrie 2015 in Italia, Spania si Portugalia.

Exercise Trident Juncture 2015
Exercise Trident Juncture 2015 is the biggest and most ambitious NATO exercise in more
than a decade. It will be the culmination of a series of dynamic and demanding training
events designed to exercise and test troops and commanders.
Aims
Exercise Trident Juncture will train the troops of the NATO Response Force (NRF) and other
Allied forces, to increase their readiness to respond to a wide range of challenges. It will ensure
that they can work seamlessly together, collaborate with partners and engage in crisis response
together with international organisations.
NATO is enhancing its readiness and flexibility in response to a changed security
environment and to challenges from the south and the east. Trident Juncture 2015 is part of
this effort.
The exercise will test the functions of the Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF)
– or Spearhead Force – ahead of it becoming fully operational next year.
Key facts
Trident Juncture 2015 is the largest NATO exercise since 2002. Air, land, maritime and special forces will be involved.
The exercise runs from 3 October to 6 November 2015. Part One (3-16 October) will test command and control elements of the NRF and
showcase NATO’s ability to work with external actors. Part Two (21 October – 6 November) will be a live exercise, hosted by Italy, Portugal and
Spain.
The commanding officer for the exercise is General Hans-Lothar Domröse, Commander of JFC Brunssum.
International observers, including from Russia, will have access.
Key figures
• Around 36,000 troops from more than 30 nations (27 NATO Allies plus partners).
• More than 230 units, more than 140 aircraft and more than 60 ships.
• More than 12 international organizations, governmental organizations and NGOs will participate, including the European Union, the
OSCE, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and the African Union.

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