Saxon Warrior 2017 Kicked Off

U.S. & U.K. co-hosted, joint multinational maritime exercise to demonstrate Allied combat capability and interoperability.



By U.S. European Command Public Affairs Aug 01, 2017
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Saxon Warrior 17, which takes place Aug 1-10, is a United States and United Kingdom co-hosted, joint and multinational maritime exercise that demonstrates allied combat capability and interoperability. U.S. forces from the George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group (GHWBCSG), will train side-by-side with forces from the United Kingdom’s Carrier Strike Group (UKCSG) to build combined maritime and aviation capability and capacity.  The exercise is designed to apply advanced warfighting capabilities in a challenging environment.  SW17 seeks to reassure NATO allies and partners of our commitment to collective security and stability in the region.

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