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Baltic Fleet Marines To Visit Swedish Naval Base

Baltic Fleet Marines To Visit Swedish Naval Base 28.09.2011
Text: Baltic Fleet Information Support Group
Photo: Baltic Fleet Information Support Group
Delegation of Baltic Fleet (BF) marines is invited to visit 1st Amphibious Regiment (Berga, near Stockholm) in Sept 27-30 within the framework of international military cooperation between Russian and Swedish defense ministries.

During the visit, Russian officers will familiarize with day-to-day activities of the amphibious regiment and exchange experience with Swedish colleagues. The visit program includes a tour on a combat boat around skerries of Stockholm Archipelago, visiting base of the amphibious regiment at Korso Island (Stockholm Archipelago, the Baltic Sea), demonstration of the regiment's sea and land capabilities, and visiting combat assets of Berga naval base, Swedish Navy.

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