An exercise of live-firing at airborne targets, Amber Arrow 2019/2, is getting underway in the Baltic Sea off the coast of Lithuania on Monday.
Baltijos regiono oro erdvėje vyks NATO šalių ir partnerių pratybos „Ramstein Alloy 19-2“

Soldiers of the Air Defense Battalion will train to hit and destroy airborne targets from the deck of the Lithuanian Naval Force ship N42 Jotvingis using RBS-70 systems, the Defense Ministry said.

The exercise will run in Lithuania's territorial waters in the Baltic Sea, off Juodkrante, until October 11.

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