Fighters of the U.S. National Guard arrived for participation in the international drills in Estonia.
Twelve F-16 Fighting Falcon planes took off from Toledo airfield in the U.S. and landed at Emari airbase, ERR wrote, quoting the General Staff of the Estonian Defense Forces.
According to Rijvo Valge, the acting commander of Estonian Air Force, the drills aim to improve skills in the large-scale operations. The exercise is also to involve experienced air observers from Belgium.
The drills will be running until mid-March.