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Netherlands: Military vehicles unloaded at port for Atlantic Resolve rotation

3 14.10.2019 Инфо

W/S Military vehicle driving out of ship, Vlissingen
W/S Military vehicle driving
M/S Military vehicle driving
W/S Military vehicle driving
M/S Anchored ship
M/S Soldier getting in tank
W/S Crane descending
M/S Workers attaching chains to tank
M/S Crane
W/S Crane lifting tank
W/S Crane being lifted
W/S Tank put on boat
W/S Patriot ship
SOT, Jin H Pak, Commander 598th Transportation Brigade of US Army: "It is not technically a NATO exercise, but it is an exercise that demonstrates our ability to work with our NATO partners. So many of our partner nations that are participating in this exercise are NATO partners and it demonstrates our ability to work with them together for security."
W/S Military vehicle driving out of ship
W/S Military vehicle driving
W/S Vehicle pulling another vehicle
M/S US soldiers
M/S US soldiers
W/S Tank trucks
W/S Tank truck
M/S Tank truck
W/S Soldiers walking
SOT, Jin H Pak, Commander 598th Transportation Brigade of US Army: "The Dutch military is providing the actual security for this entire operation. Not just on the ground, like at the different gates and things like that, but they are conducting patrols. They are also conducting underwater security as well so they have dive teams here looking at the structures of the vessels that are coming in, making sure that there [are] no obstacles, or damages that could happen or threats."
W/S Tank
C/U Tank
W/S Military vehicle driving out of ship
M/S Military vehicle driving
M/S US soldier talking to workers
C/U US flag on soldier's arm
W/S Boat with Belgian flag
W/S Vlissingen port
SCRIPT
Military vehicles were unloaded at the port of Vlissingen on Monday, for the next rotation of the Atlantic Resolve mission.
Footage shows tanks, trucks and other military equipment being taken off the ship, with a crane used to lift tanks.
Jin H Pak, the Commander in the 598th Transportation Brigade of the US Army, explained that "it is not technically a NATO exercise, but it is an exercise that demonstrates our ability to work with our NATO partners."
According to reports, soldiers and military vehicles will travel to Germany through the Netherlands
The Atlantic Resolve brings US units to Europe, for nine months at a time, in an effort to provide support to the US's NATO allies and partners in Europe in the light of the geopolitical tensions with Russia.