NATO fighter jets from the Netherlands, France and Poland conducted combined air patrol exercises simulating aircraft interception and escort procedures.
This is stated in the message of the Joint Command of the NATO Air Forces.
Polish MiG-29 and Dutch F-35 aircraft took off from the Malbork Air Base to conduct integration exercises in Polish airspace.
Polish F-16s and French Rafale fighter jets joined them to practice multinational flights in a multinational formation with two Polish C-295 CASA transport aircraft.
The Netherlands Air Force F-35 fighter jets are currently stationed in Malbork to carry out enhanced air patrol missions under the auspices of NATO until the beginning of April.
Since the end of January, they have been carrying out interception missions and taking part in joint training maneuvers with their counterparts from the Polish and other NATO member countries' air forces.