Over 3,300 participants from 30 nations will take part, double in size from the previous year, making it the largest such exercise to date.
Photo: (U.S. Army Infographic by Sgt. Matthew Prewitt)
03 May 2022 | James Porteous | Clipper Media News
Nations involved: Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Republic of Northern Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia will take part in the special operation excercise
Trojan Footprint 22 is the annual, premier special operations forces exercise in Europe. While the exercise is focused on improving the ability of SOF to counter a myriad of threats, it also increases integration with conventional forces and enhances interoperability with our NATO allies and European partners.
Most importantly, Trojan Footprint 22 fortifies military readiness, cultivates trust, and develops lasting relationships which promote peace and stability throughout Europe.
The purpose of the annual exercise is to demonstrate proficiencies, assess the readiness and lethality of our respective forces, and to continue improving interoperability with allies and partners. 02 May – 13 May 2022 (From DVIDS)
The multinational #study “Trojan Footprint – 22” starts, which takes place from 2 to 13 May on the territory of Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Republic of Northern Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. i️
By May 13th, part of this training will be held in our country. [Bulgaria. See below]
It involves military formations from #NATO member countries and partner countries from 30 countries.
In addition to being formed by the Bulgarian Army in separate episodes of “Trojan Footprint – 22”, the forces and funds of the Ministry of the Interior will also be included.
The main goal of the drill is to achieve operational compatibility between the nations participating in it and to align standard operational procedures.
More https://bit.ly/3MIQM6X. (see Translation of this link below)
Machine tanslated from Bulgarian from
The multinational exercise “Trojan Footprint – 22” has started
The multinational exercise “Trojan Footprint – 22” has started, which is being held in a number of countries in Europe. Until May 13, part of this exercise will be held in our country.
It involves military formations from NATO and Partner countries. In addition to the formations of the Bulgarian Army in separate episodes of “Trojan Footprint – 22” will include forces and resources of the Ministry of Interior.
The main goal of the exercise is to achieve interoperability between the nations participating in it and to harmonize standard operating procedures.
A day for high-ranking guests is planned to be held on May 12 in the area of the Tsrancha training complex.
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