US Army Soldiers Join Polish Troops For Firing Exercise

This footage shows US Army soldiers participating in a combined live fire exercise together with Polish military personnel.

The images were obtained by Newsflash from the US Army National Guard and they show members assigned to NATO eFP Battle Group Poland, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division taking part in the exercise at Bemowo Piskie, Poland, on 27th February.

The exercise is reportedly aimed at testing the troops’ combat readiness and their ability to engage in multinational training and exercises across Europe, working alongside NATO allies and regional security partners.

The 4th Infantry Division (4 ID) is currently on a mission in Europe to provide combat-credible forces to V Corps, America’s forward-deployed corps in Europe.

In the video, soldiers can be seen firing their weapons and engaging in tactical manoeuvres as they work together with their NATO counterparts to complete the training.

The soldiers are equipped with a variety of weapons, including rifles, machine guns, and tanks, which they use to take out targets in the field.

The exercise is just one of many that the US military has been conducting in Europe in recent years, as part of an effort to maintain a strong military presence in the region and ensure the security of its NATO allies.

These exercises also provide an opportunity for US troops to work with their counterparts from other countries and improve their interoperability.