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Fear Naught ~ Normal Service Should Resume Shortly

A Royal Tank Regiment Challenger 2 in Estonia making good use of natural camouflage and available cover during KEVADTORM 2021 [© Bob Morrison]

Fresh content on this website has been a little thin on the ground for a couple of days but hopefully normal service should resume shortly, writes Bob Morrison.


Most readers will be aware that for the last 24 days I have been out on the ground in Estonia to cover exercises SWIFT RESPONSE, FIRES SHOCK and KEVADTORM… with a smidgen of Operation CABRIT / LYNX and the NATO Baltic Air Policing mission thrown in to bring a little variety to the mix. After an 01:00 BST (03:00 CET) start this morning I am now back, by way of Latvia and Gatwick, in the Devon HQ of JOINT-FORCES.com where I fear nearly four weeks’ accumulation of admin work is going to keep me tied up long into the night. To borrow the motto of the Royal Tank Regiment, some of whom I bumped into earlier this week, Fear Naught as normal service should resume tomorrow.

Something a little different – a snapshot of Tallinn Old Town at 22:00 the other evening ~ if this World Heritage site is not on your bucket list it really should be [© Bob Morrison]
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