Exercise Trident Juncture 2018 brings together around 50,000 personnel, 10,000 vehicles, 65 ships and 250 aircraft from 31 NATO Allies and partner nations. Held in Norway, the NATO exercise started on 25 October and continued through 7 November.
00:00:00:00 Drone shot, Norwegian town.
00:00:06:00 Various shots: Finnish forces prepare their vehicles for snow.
00:00:44:00 Norwegian forces perform a river crossing with Leopard II tanks.
00:01:26:00 US Marines conduct a patrol near Oppdal, Norway.
00:01:50:00 Belgian Artillery crew set up a Howitzer.
00:02:06:00 Montenegrin forces conduct a patrol in winter gear.
00:02:32:00 24 ships from one of two NATO task forces during Trident Juncture sail in formation.
00:02:40:00 French Marines and British Royal Marines disembark from a French landing craft.
00:03:08:00 A Norwegian Leopard II tank arrives, signifying the start of a simulated battle, during which British soldiers of the Royal Irish Regiment and Norwegian Home Guard defend a position.
00:03:55:00 Canadian sappers prepare for a simulated attack.
00:04:38:05 A Norwegian Bell helicopter lands on a mountain top to deliver equipment to a Norwegian air defence unit.
00:04:48:00 Norwegian civilian emergency personnel take part in a joint military-civilian CBRN exercise.
00:05:13:00 Observers from the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), including those from the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus visit a US Marine Corps unit.
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