MORAG, Poland — Polanddâ?s Minister of Defense, Bogdan Kilch, pauses during his remarks at a ceremony commemorating the first training rotation between U.S. and Polish Forces on the U.S. Patriot

MORAG, Poland — Polanddâ?s Minister of Defense, Bogdan Kilch, pauses during his remarks at a ceremony commemorating the first training rotation between U.S. and Polish Forces on the U.S. Patriot Missile system, May 26. Although no actual missiles were shipped, this is the first time a U.S. missile system has come to Poland for a new training program intended to familiarize Polish armed forces on the Patriot Missile system. The training is designed to provide mutual benefits for improving Polish defense capabilities while developing U.S. patriot crew members and batteries. This type of mutual training helps to expand U.S. and Poland air and missile defense cooperation while strengthening the partnership between the U.S. and Poland. (Photo by Sgt. Daniel J. Nichols) Dowload higest-resolution version(634 by 700 pixels)

MORAG, Poland — Polanddâ?s Minister of Defense, Bogdan Kilch, pauses during his remarks at a ceremony commemorating the first training rotation between U.S. and Polish Forces on the U.S. Patriot Missile system, May 26. Although no actual missiles were shipped, this is the first time a U.S. missile system has come to Poland for a new training program intended to familiarize Polish armed forces on the Patriot Missile system. The training is designed to provide mutual benefits for improving Polish defense capabilities while developing U.S. patriot crew members and batteries. This type of mutual training helps to expand U.S. and Poland air and missile defense cooperation while strengthening the partnership between the U.S. and Poland. (Photo by Sgt. Daniel J. Nichols)

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