Polish Mechanized Brigade Vehicles Adhere To Environmental Procedures During Exercise Brilliant Jump
The first Legion Motorized Infantry Battalion of the twelfth Polish Mechanized Brigade arrived in Norway on Thursday night, Mar. 10, 2022 to take part in NATO train Good Soar 22. Earlier than KTO Rosomak automobiles are permitted to drive on Norwegian roads a army veterinary crew inspects them. The crew ensures all sending nations have accomplished required organic border safety (BBP) measures of cleansing and disinfection previous to deployment. Within the occasion the veterinary crew discovers grime or different organic materials throughout inspection, a washing facility is obtainable on the harbour for speedy corrections.
Roughly 160 troops in addition to 32 items of apparatus starting from armoured personnel carriers to vehicles and automobiles have arrived on the Norwegian port of Fredrikstad from Szczecin, Poland. They’ll now journey by highway to the staging space in Rygge earlier than taking part in train actions close to Rena. Since Norwegian authorities obtained certificates from the Polish Motorized Battalion documenting their BBP procedures, a veterinary crew is current in Fredrikstad to do spot checks throughout disembarkation.
The Polish 1st Legion Motorized Infantry Battalion is not going to solely take part in train Good Soar 22 but in addition Norwegian-led train Chilly Response. Chilly Response is a defensive train underneath a NATO Article 5 situation. The intention is to coach the reinforcement of Allies underneath difficult weather conditions, enhancing the readiness and capabilities of the taking part forces. As much as 30,000 troops from 27 nations will take part, together with NATO accomplice nations, Finland and Sweden.
The KTO Rosomak (Ko?owy Transporter Opancerzony Rosomak) (Wheeled armored personnel service Wolverine) is an 8×8 multi-role army car produced by Rosomak S.A. (previously Wojskowe Zak?ady Mechaniczne) in Siemianowice ?l?skie (Higher Silesia), a Polish Armaments Group firm. The car is a licensed variant of Patria’s armored modular car. Rosomak – Infantry combating car variant with an Oto Melara Hitfist-30P gun turret armed with a 30 mm ATK Mk 44 chain gun and seven.62mm NATO UKM-2000C machine gun. The turret has superior hearth management programs with thermal sights and an Obra laser warning system related to 6 81 mm 902A ZM Dezamet smoke grenade launchers.
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