Danish dynamite at Šiauliai

The Royal Danish Air Force deployed four F-16AMs to Šiauliai air base, Lithuania, to take over NATO’s Baltic Air Policing mission from a detachment of US Air Force F-15C Eagles earlier this year. Søren Augustesen investigates.

RDAF Baltic Air Policing

“Flying over the Baltics isn’t that much different to flying over Denmark”, said Lt Col ‘STI’, a Flyvevåbnet (Royal Danish Air Force, RDAF) Fighting Falcon pilot and commander of Eskadrille 730 (Fighter Squadron 730).

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