New Airborne Mine Countermeasures Capability Enters Baltic Sea

LCS Independence
Credit: USN
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...

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