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If Putin comes, the Poles are waiting - a report from Nato's new frontline

Nato’s Exercise Noble Jump was an impressive sight – and a deeply ominous one

4 July 2015

9:00 AM

4 July 2015

9:00 AM

Late last month, on a windswept plain near the Polish town of Zagan, the defence ministers of Poland, Germany, Norway and the Netherlands joined the Nato secretary-general, Jens Stoltenberg, to watch Nato’s response to Russia’s incursions into eastern Europe. The dramatic culmination of a week of military manoeuvres, Exercise Noble Jump was a spectacular show of force by Nato’s new VJTF brigade.

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