Joint Military Drills in Poland- Newsmix

NATO launches first military drills in Poland

NATO countries have launched the first drills of a huge military exercise in Poland at a time when European nations are seeking strong security guarantees amid growing concerns about Russia. The drills, part of an exercise codenamed Anakonda-16, began on Tuesday and will involve some 31,000 troops from Poland, the US and 17 other NATO member nations and from five partner nations.

US troops hold joint drills in Poland to ensure ‘unlikely attack from East even more unlikely’

US and Polish soldiers, alongside newly delivered American military hardware, have conducted joint drills as part of the biggest US deployment in Europe since the end of the Cold War.

The Warsaw Voice

A Patriot missile battery from U.S. Army Europe ac