A new U.S. airborne mine countermeasures capability entered the Baltic Sea for the first time during an annual NATO military exercise led by U.S. Naval Forces Europe. Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron-28 worked from Hohn Air Base in Germany for more than two weeks to deliver the new systems to the Baltic Sea. The team is using the airborne laser mine detection system (ALMDS) and airborne mine neutralization system-Archerfish (AMNS-AF) to expand capability. “You should not underestimate ...

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