Low-flying jets masterfully cut through the skies while Nato showcased its strike capabilities during a multinational cross-border exercise as part of Furious Wolf.
Led for the first time by soldiers from 3rd Battalion Royal Horse Artillery, the combined arms air exercise in the Baltic States saw soldiers from the UK, US, Netherlands, Poland, Belgium, Germany, France, Norway, Czech Republic, Canada, Italy, and Spain practise co-ordinating multinational close air support.
Using air assets from host nations and the Baltic Air Police (Nato jets based in the Baltic states) Joint Terminal Attack Controllers (JTACs) proved that multinational teams can command regionally based air assets.
The exercise, which ran across Poland, Latvia and Estonia, used F-16s and Eurofighter Typhoons.
SSgt Josh Burgess, the exercise commander, said: "Exercise Furious Wolf showcases the seamless conduct of Nato's Air Land Integrators.