Norwegian, Dutch and German soldiers worked together to test the interoperability of their nations’ ground-based air defence (GBAD) systems during exercise Spartan Arrow in Greece.
Dutch, German and Norwegian soldiers took part in exercise Spartan Arrow in Chania, Greece. The exercise took place from late September to early October 2022. In the span of two weeks, the exercise focused on the integration of the participating nations’ ground-based air defence (GBAD) systems. These ground-based defensive systems contribute to the integrated shielding of NATO's territory.
Footage includes various shots of Norwegian soldiers performing checks on the Norwegian missile system, live-firing of the German Patriot missile system and the Norwegian missile system as part of the exercise.
—SHOTLIST— (00:00) VARIOUS SHOTS – FIRST-PERSON VIEW (FPV) DRONES BEING LAUNCHED FROM LAUNCHING PADS (00:32) VARIOUS SHOTS – NORWEGIAN SOLDIERS LOAD A MISSILE TO THE HIGH-MOBILITY LAUNCHER AT NIGHTTIME AND DAYTIME (01:42) WIDE SHOT - LIVE-FIRING OF THE NORWEGIAN HIGH-MOBILITY LAUNCHER (01:47) WIDE SHOT - FLAGS OF NATIONS PARTICIPATING IN THE EXERCISE (01:51) VARIOUS SHOTS - LIVE-FIRING OF THE GERMAN PATRIOT MISSILE DEFENCE SYSTEM ## END ##
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