logisticians had to cope with events and incidents like unrest in the union of
harbour workers that had to do a lot of overtime, congestion on the roads and
the related loss of support of the population. Add to that the performance of
role players and it is clear that there were ample opportunities to show that
they ‘master the game,’ said Lieutenant General Michiel van der Laan, Commander
Sword is the last training opportunity for the Corps before being certified
during exercise Trident Jaguar in March 2017. Following that exercise,
the Corps will be on stand-by as NATO’s Joint Task Force Headquarters (Land
Component) starting on Jul. 1, 2017.
exercise is being held at the Joint Force Training Centre in Bydoszcz, Poland.
Story by 1 German-Netherlands Corps and SHAPE Public Affairs Offices
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