Poland begins largest military drills of the year

Poland has started the Dragon-19 military exercises in collaboration with 18 thousand soldiers from 12 NATO countries using 2.5 thousand units of military equipment.

These are the largest military drills to take place in Poland this year, as reported by Polish Radio.

The drills are being held on land, at sea, in the air and in cyberspace. Their main goal is to check if the Polish units are compatible with those of the allied forces, which were deployed to Poland to strengthen NATO’s eastern flank.

A leading participant in the Dragon-19 drills is the 11th Lubuska Armored Cavalry Division, which will be supported by military units from the USA, Great Britain, Canada, Germany, Romania and Slovakia during the drills.

  Poland, NATO, Europe