Transylvanian Alps

Capt Andrew Jakubaitis, CF-188 Hornet pilot from Air Task Force-Romania, flies over the Transylvanian Alps during a mission for Exercise Resilient Resolve April 1. Photo: Capt Andrew Jakubaitis

Air Task Force-Romania

A CF-188 Hornet from Air Task Force-Romania sits at Mihail Kogalniceanu Air Base in Constanta, Romania during Exercise Resilient Resolve March 31. Photo: MS Steeve Picard

CF-188 Hornet 101

Avionics Systems Technician, Cpl Pascal Robitaille(L) gives a brief description of the CF-188 Hornet to 5th Class Daniel Brenzia, during Exercise Resilient Resolve, March 29, Romania. Photo: MS Steeve Picard

25th Anniversary

A parade was held as part of the commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of the Liberation of Kuwait at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, Ontario on Feb. 27.

Norway Excercise

Members of Charlie Company 2-7 Infantry Battalion of Fort. Stewart, Georgia prepare their tanks prior to deploying to the field during Exercise COLD RESPONSE in Namsos, Norway on Feb.28.

Op Reassurance in Poland

Major Siudzinski, Deputy Commanding Officer, 1st Battalion, 25th Air Cavalry Brigade, delivers commands to Polish and Canadian soldiers during the parade marking the beginning of Exercise Maple Detachment at the Drawsko Pomorskie Training Area, Poland on Feb. 29.

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