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Norwegian Leopard 2A4 Live-Fire Drills In Lithuania

Norwegian Leopard 2A4NO live-fire in Lithuania [© NATO Multimedia]

Norwegian Army Leopard 2A4 tanks assigned to NATO’s enhanced Forward Presence Battlegroup Lithuania routine live-fire drills at Pabradė.

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Norwegian Army Leopard 2A4 main battle tanks from 2nd Battalion, Brigade North, currently assigned to NATO’s enhanced Forward Presence Battlegroup Lithuania, honed their gunnery skills during routine live-fire drills on 14 and 15 February 2022. The Leopards were joined by CV 90 infantry fighting vehicles; together, two platoons conducted combined tactical manoeuvres at Pabradė Training Grounds.

[© NATO Multimedia]

The Norwegian Army is deployed to Lithuania for its 11th iteration, marking five years of support to the Battlegroup. On Tuesday 15 February 2022, the Norwegian Ministry of Defence announced the deployment of more than 60 additional troops to the contingent.

This NATO Multimedia footage includes a variety of shots of live-fire training, tactical manoeuvres, GoPro shots and drone footage.

Library image of a Norwegian Leopard 2A4NO patrolling the vulnerable Suwalki Gap in Lithuania during a NATO eFP defensive exercise [© Bob Morrison]

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