NATO navies are conducting naval exercises to demonstrate collective defense

Naval forces of NATO allies and partners have deployed their aircraft carriers carry out various naval exercises that demonstrate alliance unity and resolve.

Currently, maneuvers are taking place in the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. It is planned to be held during this month.

The exercises are aimed at demonstrating the collective defense of the alliance forces and involve the participation of thousands of personnel, warships, aircraft and aircraft carrier strike groups.

The aircraft carriers deployed to serve this mission are the UK HMS Queen Elizabeth Royal Navy (RN)., ITS Cavour Italian NavyFrench Navy FS Charles de Gaulleand the US Navy USS George HW Bush and USS Gerald R Ford.

Aircraft carrier rn together with F-35 stealth fighter have recently set out from Portsmouth to embark operations in the North Sea.

The US Navy ship “George Bush Sr” is operating in the waters of the Adriatic, and the aircraft on board were patrolling over Poland and Lithuania for the purpose of deterrence.

Gerald Ford is on a short visit to Portsmouth in Stokes Bay, Gosport. The warship arrived in the UK ahead of its latest deployment alongside Spain, Denmark, Canada, France, the Netherlands and Germany.

The other two ships, Cavour and Charles de Gaulle, operate in the Mediterranean region.

As part of the month-long deployment, all participating assets and forces conduct multiple training operations, including deck-to-deck aircraft transfers, at-sea resupply missions, and anti-submarine and air-to-air exercises.

NATO spokeswoman Oana Lungescu said: “The deployment demonstrates our ability to project power across the alliance and rapidly reinforce allies in the context of Russia’s war against Ukraine.

“These carriers provide deterrence, and they help keep our sea lines of communication open.” NATO navies are conducting naval exercises to demonstrate collective defense

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