The Swedish island of Gotland hosted defence drills as part of exercise BALTOPS 22.
BALTOPS 22 involves forces from 16 countries, with over 45 ships, more than 75 aircraft and 7,500 personnel participating.
Despite their previously non-aligned status, Swedish troops practised regularly with NATO countries and their governments decided in the wake of the Ukraine war to seek full membership in the Western military alliance.
Recently I reported that Finland and Sweden were training with NATO air defence forces.
According to a press release from the Alliance, Exercise Ramstein Legacy is Allied Air Command’s principal Integrated Air and Missile Defence (IAMD) exercise taking place across Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
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