HNLMS Evertsen deterrent in Baltic Sea

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May 12, 2017 – Air defense and command frigate HNLMS Evertsen has last night joined the Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1). The flotilla, which consists ranging from six to 10 vessels sailing in the Baltic Sea because of the deteriorating security situation on the eastern border of the NATO treaty area.

In the Baltic Sea

That situation is extra attention to the collective defense of the Alliance. In addition, should military presence, both on land, air and sea, provide deterrence and contribute to security in the region.
Military presence, such as the flotilla, in addition to act as a reassuring effect on countries close to Russia, including the Baltic states, Bulgaria, Poland and Romania. It then sails regularly a NATO flotilla in the region.
Promptly and Flexibly
The multi-national maritime SNMG1 forms the component of the rapid reaction of NATO, the NRF. This permanent stand-by force has existed since 1968 and represents the Alliance to respond to security situations immediately and flexibly.

Combat Capabilities

The flotilla is in 2017 under the command of the Norwegian commander Ole Morten Sandquist. Besides the presence in the Baltic region, also SNMG1 increase in the coming period in major maritime exercises in the Baltic as Baltic Operations, Dynamic Mongoose, Northern Coast and Brilliant Mariner. They are all aimed to enhance the combat capabilities of the alliance in all areas of maritime warfare: on, under and above the water and on the boundary of water and land.
In order to join the flotilla in the Baltic waters left Zr. Ms. Evertsen Monday from Den Helder.
Evertsen has last night joined the Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1). The flotilla, which consists ranging from six to 10 vessels sailing in the Baltic Sea because of the deteriorating security situation on the eastern border of the NATO treaty area.

In the Baltic Sea

That situation is extra attention to the collective defense of the Alliance. In addition, should military presence, both on land, air and sea, provide deterrence and contribute to security in the region.
Military presence, such as the flotilla, in addition to act as a reassuring effect on countries close to Russia, including the Baltic states, Bulgaria, Poland and Romania. It then sails regularly a NATO flotilla in the region.
Promptly and flexibly
The multi-national maritime SNMG1 forms the component of the rapid reaction of NATO, the NRF. This permanent stand-by force has existed since 1968 and represents the Alliance to respond to security situations immediately and flexibly.
combat Capabilities
The flotilla is in 2017 under the command of the Norwegian commander Ole Morten Sandquist. Besides the presence in the Baltic region, also SNMG1 increase in the coming period in major maritime exercises in the Baltic as Baltic Operations, Dynamic Mongoose, Northern Coast and Brilliant Mariner. They are all aimed to enhance the combat capabilities of the alliance in all areas of maritime warfare: on, under and above the water and on the boundary of water and land.
In order to join the flotilla in the Baltic waters left Zr. Ms. Evertsen Monday from Den Helder.
Evertsen has last night joined the Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1). The flotilla, which consists ranging from six to 10 vessels sailing in the Baltic Sea because of the deteriorating security situation on the eastern border of the NATO treaty area.

In the Baltic Sea

That situation is extra attention to the collective defense of the Alliance. In addition, should military presence, both on land, air and sea, provide deterrence and contribute to security in the region.
Military presence, such as the flotilla, in addition to act as a reassuring effect on countries close to Russia, including the Baltic states, Bulgaria, Poland and Romania. It then sails regularly a NATO flotilla in the region.
Promptly and flexibly
The multi-national maritime SNMG1 forms the component of the rapid reaction of NATO, the NRF. This permanent stand-by force has existed since 1968 and represents the Alliance to respond to security situations immediately and flexibly.
combat Capabilities
The flotilla is in 2017 under the command of the Norwegian commander Ole Morten Sandquist. Besides the presence in the Baltic region, also SNMG1 increase in the coming period in major maritime exercises in the Baltic as Baltic Operations, Dynamic Mongoose, Northern Coast and Brilliant Mariner. They are all aimed to enhance the combat capabilities of the alliance in all areas of maritime warfare: on, under and above the water and on the boundary of water and land.
In order to join the flotilla in the Baltic waters left Evertsen Monday from Den Helder.