In what the US Department of Defense are calling a show of unity, the senior enlisted leaders of the American and British armies together laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery this week.
British 1st Armoured Infantry Brigade exercise with American 1st Infantry Division ‘ to redefine the way the British Army fights’
A Joint Warfighting Assessment has taken place in Germany, with the UK’s 1 Armoured Infantry Brigade exercising within the US 1st Infantry Division as part of a multinational exercise say the British Army.
16 Air Assault Brigade was deployed in command of a highly capable multinational force on the two-week long Exercise Joint Warrior on Salisbury Plain.
Rehearsals underway for the Joint Expeditionary Force Demonstration as part of Exercise Joint Warrior
The British Army’s airborne forces are testing their ability to fight alongside mechanised infantry from key European and NATO allies.
According to the US Marine Corps website, the official purpose of the Marine Corps' six Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Companies is to "provide Marine Air-Ground Task Force commanders a liaison capability with foreign area expertise and to plan, coordinate, employ and conduct terminal control of fires in support of joint, allied and coalition forces."
Pathfinders are the advance force for 16 Air Assault Brigade, the British Army’s airborne rapid reaction force. Their soldiers are trained in specialist airborne insertion techniques and capable of conducting offensive action tasks at very short notice, say the British Army.
The British Army’s airborne forces are testing their ability to fight alongside mechanised infantry from key European and NATO allies, say the MoD.
It has emerged that only one Joint Warrior exercise will take place this year due to concerns of overstretching forces as they undertake 'other commitments'.
BAE Systems and Milrem LCM, an Estonian provider of combat vehicle life-cycle management, have signed a contract to support Estonia's fleet of CV9035 Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs).