• KOSOVO: PRIZREN: NATO TROOPS CONTINUE TO SECURE AREA (2)

    German/Eng/Nat German NATO troops in the Kosovo town of Prizren are starting to take control of local police stations recently held by K-L-A rebels. They have also ordered the K-L-A there to stop brandishing their weapons in public after midnight on Friday in an attempt to show who is in charge during the transition phase. Upon arriving at the scene of one police station on Friday, German soldiers found one elderly man dead and more than 15 injured civilians, mainly ethnic Albanians, who had been in the hands of the ethnic Albanian Kosovo Liberation Army since early this week. About 25 K-L-A soldiers were taken away after being found in the building, where German troops found signs of torture instruments they fear may have been used on the victims. K-FOR armoured vehic...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • NATO Cyber Security Symposium - NIAS 2016

    NATO cyber experts have gotten together with their industry counterparts to build their cyber defence capacity. The meeting took place at an event in Mons, organised by the NATO Communications and Information Agency. NCIA runs NIAS every year. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2d0qJKb NATO and Cyber defence: http://bit.ly/2d0rrY3 ----- ----- SUBSCRIBE to NATO YouTube http://bit.ly/NATOsubscribe Connect with NATO online: Visit the Official NATO Homepage: http://bit.ly/NATOhomepage Find NATO on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/NATOfacebook Follow @NATO on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/NATOtwitter Find NATO on Google+: http://bit.ly/NATOgoogleplus Find NATO on LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/NATOlinkedin Find NATO on Flickr: http://bit.ly/NATOflickr

    published: 28 Sep 2016
  • How secure are NATO nukes in Turkey?

    Hans Kristensen, director of the Nuclear Information Project for the Federation of American Scientists, says nuclear weapons should be removed from Turkey To read more: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3686836 . »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1RreYWS Connect with CBC News Online: For breaking news, video, audio and in-depth coverage: http://bit.ly/1Z0m6iX Find CBC News on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1WjG36m Follow CBC News on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1sA5P9H For breaking news on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1WjDyks Follow CBC News on Google+: http://bit.ly/1TEJH7h Follow CBC News on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1Z0iE7O Download the CBC News app for iOS: http://apple.co/25mpsUz Download the CBC News app for Android: http://bit.ly/1XxuozZ »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» For more than 75 years, CBC...

    published: 20 Jul 2016
  • What is the NATO Response Force (NRF)?

    NATO's quick reaction force, the NATO Response Force (NRF) deploys quickly, wherever needed, covers a broad range of security challenges from crisis management to collective defence. In 2005, the NRF helped secure Afghanistan's parliamentary elections. It is also used for disaster relief, supporting victims of Hurricane Katrina and assisting the relief effort following the 2005 Pakistan earthquake. In 2014, NATO Allies agreed to a new "Spearhead Force" within the NRF known as the Very High Readiness Joint Task Force. The Force has 5,000 troops supported by air, maritime and special forces, ready to move within two to three days.

    published: 30 Oct 2015
  • Turkey is first NATO member to work with Russia fight terrorists – ex-senior security analyst

    Former senior security policy analyst in the Office of the Department of Defense Michael Maloof joins RT America’s Ed Schultz to discuss the commencement of joint airstrikes on the Islamic State, the political ramifications of Turkey and Russia collaborating militarily in Syria and the prospects of US-Russian cooperation after Trump is sworn in as president. Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America

    published: 19 Jan 2017
  • 1st Battalion "Fighting Eagles" Secure The Eastern NATO Flank Next Door to Russia.

    Odo Puiu Info invites you to watch …. 1st Battalion "Fighting Eagles" Secure The Eastern NATO Flank Next Door to Russia. US troops began to disembark their armoured vehicles on Tuesday at the MK Base, Constanta, as part of the US commitment to secure and to reinforce the Eastern NATO flank. The deployment is part of Operation Atlantic Resolve. 500 troops of the 1st Battalion 'Fighting Eagles' will be using M1 Abrams tanks, some which had barrels were adorned with insignia including 'call me maybe' and 'cash me outside', M2 Bradley armoured vehicles, M109A6 Palladin self-propelled howitzers, as well as M88A2 recovery vehicles. Thanks for watching. For more videos, subscribe to the https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKADOMEU3NMIKT_sgjw1dTw Thanks for subscribing, likes and comments. Thank...

    published: 14 Feb 2017
  • UFOs and NATO The Human Mutilation Cover Up FULL Film 2014 Richard D Hall

    Mr Richard D Hall of richplanet.net UFOs and NATO http://www.richplanet.net/starship_main.php?ref=175&part=1 Please visit Richard D Hall's website RICHPLANET.NET http://www.richplanet.net/starship.php to see all his past shows, and so much more, covering all types of alternate issues that the mainstream refuses to acknowledge. Richplanet TV: http://www.richplanet.net/index.php Fantastic work by Richard D Hall. A must watch! The phenomenon of animal mutilation is difficult to explain in conventional terms, and has been linked for decades with UFO's, because strange lights are sometimes witnessed in proximity to sites where animal carcases are found. But have human beings suffered similar attacks? This film attempts to answer this very controversial question. Rumours about human mutilation...

    published: 21 Mar 2014
  • NATO Cyber Defense Scenario

    NATO nations are the target of up to half a dozen serious cyber attacks each day, and the video demonstrates that one of their first common lines of defense in the Computer Incident Response Capability Technical Centre in Mons, Belgium. Cyber attacks are growing in scale. But the Stuxnet computer worm, which surfaced in Iran in 2010, has changed the way they are perceived. Stuxnet interferes with the way machines operate and can stop them completely. It poses a major problem for critical infrastructure, like power plants, transport networks and hospitals. Since the massive computer attack on Estonia in 2007, which paralyzed ministries, banks and media, NATO has been beefing up its cyber defense policy. In just a few years, the Alliance has moved from protecting its own systems, to helping ...

    published: 21 Oct 2011
  • WORLDS LARGEST Military Alliance NATO Military news update

    A collection of NATO military news videos to keep you up to date with the worlds largest military alliance. ŠIAULIAI, Lithuania – On 5 January 2017, NATO’s Baltic Air Policing (BAP) mission entered its 43rd rotation since its beginning in 2004. After four months of leading the mission, France handed over the symbolic key to the Baltic Airspace to the Netherlands at the traditional ceremony held at Šiauliai Air Base. The Royal Netherlands Air Force will now safeguard the skies over the three Baltic NATO members Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia until the end of April 2017 for a regular term of four months. The ceremony was once again attended by high ranking civilian, military and political guests – amongst them the Minister of National Defence of the Republic of Lithuania, Mr. Raimundas Karobl...

    published: 14 Feb 2017
  • NATO Maritime Power – Securing the Seas

    The world’s oceans are busy maritime highways. Today, 85 per cent of all international trade in raw material and manufactured goods travels by sea, and tankers carry more than half of the world’s oil. The stakes of maritime security are high, and NATO is determined to help protect its Allies from any possible threats at sea. Through deterrence, collective defence, crisis management and cooperative security, NATO maritime forces work with nations, partners and institutions to improve maritime security and be ready to face any threat.

    published: 10 Jul 2016
  • NATO: What, Why, How.... a great video about NATO and what it is for..

    The North Atlantic Alliance was founded in the aftermath of the Second World War. Its purpose was to secure peace in Europe, to promote cooperation among its members and to guard their freedom – all of this in the context of countering the threat posed at the time by the Soviet Union. The Alliance’s founding treaty was signed in Washington in 1949 by a dozen European and North American countries. It commits the Allies to democracy, individual liberty and the rule of law, as well as to peaceful resolution of disputes. Importantly, the treaty sets out the idea of collective defence, meaning that an attack against one Ally is considered as an attack against all Allies. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization – or NATO – ensures that the security of its European member countries is inseparably ...

    published: 23 Jul 2016
  • UFOs and Top Security NATO Military Base

    The Rendlesham Forest UFO case in truth it is a far more significant event than the Roswell UFO Crash. There is scarcely any other UFO case anywhere which can boast such a large number of apparently highly credible witnesses on two separate nights, or such a wide variety of supporting evidence that includes supposed physical traces, an official memo confirming the events written by a high-ranking USAF officer, a real-time tape recording made during the second night of the sighting by the same USAF officer, a report by local police officers who were called to the scene on two separate occasions, and written statements made by the military witnesses to the first night’s events. There are more TV programmes to be found posted on YouTube about this one case than any other, and it regularly ap...

    published: 29 Mar 2015
  • YUGOSLAVIA: KOSOVO CRISIS: NATO TROOPS ENTER KOSOVO

    Natural Sound Operation Joint Guardian began with the dim of helicopters, as British paratroopers headed out to secure the high ground. Then on a general's signal at dawn, thousands of NATO troops with tanks and armoured vehicles rolled into Kosovo in the largest military operation in the alliance's history. Hundreds of Kosovo Albanian refugees, who fled into Macedonia at the crossing point, cheered and shouted "NATO! NATO!" as the convoy passed. British and French troops were spear heading the initial NATO thrust, with German, U-S and Italian forces due to move in later. Hundreds of British airborne troops, including the elite Gurkha rifle regiment, moved in at dawn by air and on foot from Macedonia to secure the hillsides and the main road leading north to the Kosovo capi...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Energy security : what's at stake? (NATO Review)

    For the Baltic States, the pursuit of energy independence is about more than reliable energy sources – it’s about political freedom. In today’s security context, many dimensions of energy security have become increasingly important. Learn more in this mini-documentary. What is NATO Review? It’s a free, online magazine looking at some of today’s most pressing security issues. It publishes videos, articles, timelines, maps, podcasts, cartoons and more on everything from cyber attacks to the effect of social media in revolutions. Or from energy security to Russia’s hybrid war tactics. Or even from water scarcity to the need to get more women into defence. Most important is that what is published in NATO Review does not necessarily represent official opinion or policy of member government...

    published: 07 Jul 2016
  • NATO Cyber Security Symposium, NIAS'16 "Next generation starts now"

    The NCI Agency is pleased to announce NIAS 2016, NATO's annual cyber security symposium, which will be held on September 7 and 8, in Mons, Belgium. NIAS is a must-attend event for today's security professional. This two-day event brings together leading security specialists, directors, mid-managers, product developers and frontline IT staff, so they can exchange ideas, gain valuable knowledge to implement their security initiatives and share real-world experiences. NIAS 2016 addresses the latest innovations in cyber security and provides you with critical business insight, best practice examples, and practical case studies through sessions, exhibits, workshops and much more! For more information: http://www.nias2016.com NCI Agency Website: http://www.ncia.nato.int Twitter: http://www.t...

    published: 16 Aug 2016
  • What is the UK's role in NATO?

    Founded by 12 member states in 1949 to secure peace in Europe and encourage cooperation, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation now represents almost a billion citizens and half the world's military power. UK Permanent Representative to NATO Adam Thomson explains the role that the UK plays in the Alliance, and the UK's priorities for the 2016 NATO Summit in Warsaw, Poland.

    published: 08 Jul 2016
KOSOVO: PRIZREN: NATO TROOPS CONTINUE TO SECURE AREA (2)

KOSOVO: PRIZREN: NATO TROOPS CONTINUE TO SECURE AREA (2)

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German/Eng/Nat German NATO troops in the Kosovo town of Prizren are starting to take control of local police stations recently held by K-L-A rebels. They have also ordered the K-L-A there to stop brandishing their weapons in public after midnight on Friday in an attempt to show who is in charge during the transition phase. Upon arriving at the scene of one police station on Friday, German soldiers found one elderly man dead and more than 15 injured civilians, mainly ethnic Albanians, who had been in the hands of the ethnic Albanian Kosovo Liberation Army since early this week. About 25 K-L-A soldiers were taken away after being found in the building, where German troops found signs of torture instruments they fear may have been used on the victims. K-FOR armoured vehicles patrol the streets of Prizren in Kosovo, providing a visible presence so residents know who's in control. German forces commanding the area have said they will take control of the local police stations in the southwestern town, which have been controlled in recent days by Kosovo Liberation Army guerrillas. At a building recently used by Serb soldiers when they were still rampant in the area, German K-FOR soldiers mixed with K-L-A leaders to hammer out details of the handover. German peacekeepers at the Albanian border did let ethnic Albanian rebels cross back into Kosovo with their weapons on Thursday. But German forces have announced they are banning the K-L-A from carrying their weapons in public as of midnight on Friday, an opportunity for the guerrillas to demonstrate their compliance with the peace process. German army General Rolf Betsch said any person not complying with the order would have their weapons seized. SOUNDBITE: (German) "Mr. Drini (involved in negotiations) and I have worked out an agreement that from midnight no weapons will be carried in the city of Prizren either by the K-L-A or any group. That means we now have a legal formula to take weapons away." SUPER CAPTION: General Rolf Betsch, German K-FOR operation in Prizren Serb forces in Kosovo are withdrawing from the province, as part of the peace agreement to end the conflict. According to NATO, three quarters have now left and the remainder have until midnight on Sunday to get the rest of the 40-thousand out of Kosovo. Now, NATO troops want to make sure they - not the K-L-A - are in place to fill the gap left by the Serb forces' departure. One K-L-A official said he had no problem with the German's directives, saying he will rely on them to ensure that Prizren is once again safe. SOUNDBITE: (Albanian) (Referring to the midnight deadline) "We only have automatic weapons rather than heavy guns so we don't oppose this agreement. Now we know that K-FOR are here and they will restore order to this city with help of the military police." SUPER CAPTION: Vox pop, KLA official At one police station in Prizren, the German soldiers found a disturbing scene when they arrived to take control of the building. The body of an elderly man who appeared to be about 70 years old was found, chained to a chair. The man appeared to have died shortly before the NATO troops arrived on the scene. German troops also found a stash of weapons, including grenades, machine guns, mortars and shells, as well as heavy wooden sticks and spikes with nails that appeared to be instruments of torture, likely used on the prisoners. In addition to the one fatality, more than 15 injured people were found inside the building. Most of the injured had bloody wounds and bruises, a few had stab wounds and many were found chained to radiators. They were given first aid at the scene before being transferred to a nearby military hospital. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f90419af69a5f40aec07bb3158d262cc Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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NATO Cyber Security Symposium - NIAS 2016

NATO Cyber Security Symposium - NIAS 2016

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NATO cyber experts have gotten together with their industry counterparts to build their cyber defence capacity. The meeting took place at an event in Mons, organised by the NATO Communications and Information Agency. NCIA runs NIAS every year. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2d0qJKb NATO and Cyber defence: http://bit.ly/2d0rrY3 ----- ----- SUBSCRIBE to NATO YouTube http://bit.ly/NATOsubscribe Connect with NATO online: Visit the Official NATO Homepage: http://bit.ly/NATOhomepage Find NATO on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/NATOfacebook Follow @NATO on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/NATOtwitter Find NATO on Google+: http://bit.ly/NATOgoogleplus Find NATO on LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/NATOlinkedin Find NATO on Flickr: http://bit.ly/NATOflickr
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How secure are NATO nukes in Turkey?

How secure are NATO nukes in Turkey?

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Hans Kristensen, director of the Nuclear Information Project for the Federation of American Scientists, says nuclear weapons should be removed from Turkey To read more: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3686836 . »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1RreYWS Connect with CBC News Online: For breaking news, video, audio and in-depth coverage: http://bit.ly/1Z0m6iX Find CBC News on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1WjG36m Follow CBC News on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1sA5P9H For breaking news on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1WjDyks Follow CBC News on Google+: http://bit.ly/1TEJH7h Follow CBC News on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1Z0iE7O Download the CBC News app for iOS: http://apple.co/25mpsUz Download the CBC News app for Android: http://bit.ly/1XxuozZ »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» For more than 75 years, CBC News has been the source Canadians turn to, to keep them informed about their communities, their country and their world. Through regional and national programming on multiple platforms, including CBC Television, CBC News Network, CBC Radio, CBCNews.ca, mobile and on-demand, CBC News and its internationally recognized team of award-winning journalists deliver the breaking stories, the issues, the analyses and the personalities that matter to Canadians.
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What is the NATO Response Force (NRF)?

What is the NATO Response Force (NRF)?

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  • Updated: 30 Oct 2015
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NATO's quick reaction force, the NATO Response Force (NRF) deploys quickly, wherever needed, covers a broad range of security challenges from crisis management to collective defence. In 2005, the NRF helped secure Afghanistan's parliamentary elections. It is also used for disaster relief, supporting victims of Hurricane Katrina and assisting the relief effort following the 2005 Pakistan earthquake. In 2014, NATO Allies agreed to a new "Spearhead Force" within the NRF known as the Very High Readiness Joint Task Force. The Force has 5,000 troops supported by air, maritime and special forces, ready to move within two to three days.
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Turkey is first NATO member to work with Russia fight terrorists – ex-senior security analyst

Turkey is first NATO member to work with Russia fight terrorists – ex-senior security analyst

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Former senior security policy analyst in the Office of the Department of Defense Michael Maloof joins RT America’s Ed Schultz to discuss the commencement of joint airstrikes on the Islamic State, the political ramifications of Turkey and Russia collaborating militarily in Syria and the prospects of US-Russian cooperation after Trump is sworn in as president. Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America
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1st Battalion "Fighting Eagles" Secure The Eastern NATO Flank Next Door to Russia.

1st Battalion "Fighting Eagles" Secure The Eastern NATO Flank Next Door to Russia.

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Odo Puiu Info invites you to watch …. 1st Battalion "Fighting Eagles" Secure The Eastern NATO Flank Next Door to Russia. US troops began to disembark their armoured vehicles on Tuesday at the MK Base, Constanta, as part of the US commitment to secure and to reinforce the Eastern NATO flank. The deployment is part of Operation Atlantic Resolve. 500 troops of the 1st Battalion 'Fighting Eagles' will be using M1 Abrams tanks, some which had barrels were adorned with insignia including 'call me maybe' and 'cash me outside', M2 Bradley armoured vehicles, M109A6 Palladin self-propelled howitzers, as well as M88A2 recovery vehicles. Thanks for watching. For more videos, subscribe to the https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKADOMEU3NMIKT_sgjw1dTw Thanks for subscribing, likes and comments. Thank you my friend.
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UFOs and NATO The Human Mutilation Cover Up FULL Film 2014 Richard D Hall

UFOs and NATO The Human Mutilation Cover Up FULL Film 2014 Richard D Hall

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Mr Richard D Hall of richplanet.net UFOs and NATO http://www.richplanet.net/starship_main.php?ref=175&part=1 Please visit Richard D Hall's website RICHPLANET.NET http://www.richplanet.net/starship.php to see all his past shows, and so much more, covering all types of alternate issues that the mainstream refuses to acknowledge. Richplanet TV: http://www.richplanet.net/index.php Fantastic work by Richard D Hall. A must watch! The phenomenon of animal mutilation is difficult to explain in conventional terms, and has been linked for decades with UFO's, because strange lights are sometimes witnessed in proximity to sites where animal carcases are found. But have human beings suffered similar attacks? This film attempts to answer this very controversial question. Rumours about human mutilation have circulated the UFO community for years with some people claiming to have had contact with a military group which is used to acquire the corpses of victims of human mutilation. In the film we reveal the testimony of a black ops soldier, who was employed by a secret NATO "find and secure" military team. Their job is to search for and then protect sites where human mutilation has taken place. This is the FULL MOVIE. 2015 UPDATE to this film here: http://www.richplanet.net/starship_main.php?ref=199&part=1 Another researcher on this subject is: http://theunexplained.tv/paranormal-podcasts/edition-175-missing-411-update-david-paulides
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NATO Cyber Defense Scenario

NATO Cyber Defense Scenario

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NATO nations are the target of up to half a dozen serious cyber attacks each day, and the video demonstrates that one of their first common lines of defense in the Computer Incident Response Capability Technical Centre in Mons, Belgium. Cyber attacks are growing in scale. But the Stuxnet computer worm, which surfaced in Iran in 2010, has changed the way they are perceived. Stuxnet interferes with the way machines operate and can stop them completely. It poses a major problem for critical infrastructure, like power plants, transport networks and hospitals. Since the massive computer attack on Estonia in 2007, which paralyzed ministries, banks and media, NATO has been beefing up its cyber defense policy. In just a few years, the Alliance has moved from protecting its own systems, to helping members and partners deal with attacks. When requested, it can also dispatch experts to combat them. In Romania, Adrian Valciu works as the head of security at Transelectrica, which manages the country's electrical grid. Romania is in a strategic location on the Black Sea-Caspian energy corridor. A cyber attack on its network could impact on European neighbors connected to the national grid, leaving millions without power. Adrian has trained with NATO, and the authorities can call on the Alliance in times of need. In response to developments, and in a world where criminals can strike in networks across several borders at once, NATO has sought common cause with international organizations, like the European Union, and with private industry; notably computer security companies such as Symantec. NATO considers cyber attacks to be as unacceptable as any conventional form of attack using tanks or aircraft. Also available in high definition. Produced by: Watch TV Directors: Bernard Crutzen and Lorne Cook Images: François Ducobu Editing: Thierry Fontaine Production: Alain Forest
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WORLDS LARGEST Military Alliance NATO Military news update

WORLDS LARGEST Military Alliance NATO Military news update

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A collection of NATO military news videos to keep you up to date with the worlds largest military alliance. ŠIAULIAI, Lithuania – On 5 January 2017, NATO’s Baltic Air Policing (BAP) mission entered its 43rd rotation since its beginning in 2004. After four months of leading the mission, France handed over the symbolic key to the Baltic Airspace to the Netherlands at the traditional ceremony held at Šiauliai Air Base. The Royal Netherlands Air Force will now safeguard the skies over the three Baltic NATO members Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia until the end of April 2017 for a regular term of four months. The ceremony was once again attended by high ranking civilian, military and political guests – amongst them the Minister of National Defence of the Republic of Lithuania, Mr. Raimundas Karoblis. The Netherlands led the mission once before in 2005. In 2014 they augmented the mission out of Malbork Air Base in Poland, which was a temporary third BAP air base to enforce the mission after Russia’s illegal annexation of the Crimean peninsula. "It’s good to be back in Šiauliai after 12 years to perform the Air Policing once again to protect the Baltic States," said Major Gert, Commander of the Royal Netherlands Air Force Detachment. "A task we gladly perform for the next four months to demonstrate NATO unity," he added. With their rotation completed, the French Air Force has now supported NATO’s BAP mission five times, three of which as augmenting nation operating out of Ämari, Estonia and two as lead nation operating out of Šiauliai. Lieutenant Colonel Isaak Diakité, Commander of the French Air Force Detachment, addressed his hosts for the final time, stating: "We have built some very special bounds between France and Lithuania during these four months and I hope it will continue in the future. Thank you for your support and your friendship." Mr. Raimundas Karoblis, Minister of National Defence of the Republic of Lithuania, thanked the French Air Force for their commitment and solidarity. "It is and will be very much appreciated by the people of Lithuania and the entire Baltic region. Please be assured that Lithuania will equally stand by your side in the time of need." he said to the French Airmen. Welcoming the Dutch detachment, he said: "We highly appreciate your valuable contribution to the security and integrity of the whole NATO airspace." The detachment of the Royal Netherlands Air Force will be augmented by a detachment of the German Air Force, operating out of Ämari, Estonia. The German detachment has already been engaged in NATO’s BAP mission for the past for month but will remain in place for a second four-month term until April 2017. Air Policing is a 24/7 NATO peacetime routine mission that is conducted to preserve the Alliance’s airspace integrity and is not a response to a specific threat. Some member nations, like the Baltics, who do not have the full range of air defence assets in their militaries, are assisted by Allies providing an Air Policing capability to ensure a single standard of airspace safety and security all over NATO. The BAP mission shows NATO’s determination to provide equal protection to all its members. All flights of the mission are commanded and controlled from NATO’s Combined Air Operations Centre (CAOC) in Uedem, Germany. The operational responsibility rests with the Allied Air Command (AIRCOM), NATO’s single command for all air and space matters, headquartered in Ramstein, Germany. Story by Allied Air Command Public Affairs Office Video Description Credit: NATO Video Credit: NATO Thumbnail Credit: Airman 1st Class Stephanie Rubi
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NATO Maritime Power – Securing the Seas

NATO Maritime Power – Securing the Seas

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The world’s oceans are busy maritime highways. Today, 85 per cent of all international trade in raw material and manufactured goods travels by sea, and tankers carry more than half of the world’s oil. The stakes of maritime security are high, and NATO is determined to help protect its Allies from any possible threats at sea. Through deterrence, collective defence, crisis management and cooperative security, NATO maritime forces work with nations, partners and institutions to improve maritime security and be ready to face any threat.
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NATO: What, Why, How.... a great video about NATO and what it is for..

NATO: What, Why, How.... a great video about NATO and what it is for..

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The North Atlantic Alliance was founded in the aftermath of the Second World War. Its purpose was to secure peace in Europe, to promote cooperation among its members and to guard their freedom – all of this in the context of countering the threat posed at the time by the Soviet Union. The Alliance’s founding treaty was signed in Washington in 1949 by a dozen European and North American countries. It commits the Allies to democracy, individual liberty and the rule of law, as well as to peaceful resolution of disputes. Importantly, the treaty sets out the idea of collective defence, meaning that an attack against one Ally is considered as an attack against all Allies. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization – or NATO – ensures that the security of its European member countries is inseparably linked to that of its North American member countries. The Organization also provides a unique forum for dialogue and cooperation across the Atlantic. The Alliance started with 12 member countries in 1949. But membership has remained open to any European nation that shares transatlantic values and can contribute to security in the Euro-Atlantic area. Today, NATO has 28 members with Montenegro on the verge of joining. For over six decades, NATO has ensured peace within its territory. While threats, and the way NATO deals with them, have evolved over time, the purpose, values and founding principles of the Alliance do not change. https://www.facebook.com/usmilitaryvideos/ https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/102343196153151704862/+3rdID8487/posts https://www.instagram.com/militaryvideos/ https://twitter.com/3rdID8487 Hope to see you around!! Join us on www.usmilitaryvideos.net!!
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UFOs and Top Security NATO Military Base

UFOs and Top Security NATO Military Base

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The Rendlesham Forest UFO case in truth it is a far more significant event than the Roswell UFO Crash. There is scarcely any other UFO case anywhere which can boast such a large number of apparently highly credible witnesses on two separate nights, or such a wide variety of supporting evidence that includes supposed physical traces, an official memo confirming the events written by a high-ranking USAF officer, a real-time tape recording made during the second night of the sighting by the same USAF officer, a report by local police officers who were called to the scene on two separate occasions, and written statements made by the military witnesses to the first night’s events. There are more TV programmes to be found posted on YouTube about this one case than any other, and it regularly appears on lists of ‘best ever’ UFO sightings. Yet much of the popular discussion of the case has centred not on the well-substantiated primary evidence mentioned above, but instead on various tales of doubtful provenance that emerged many years later once the Rendlesham mythology had become well-entrenched. It was Christmas 1980, when the Rendlesham Forest UFO incident took place. A UFO reportedly buzzed a top security NATO military base that was said to store nuclear weapons.
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YUGOSLAVIA: KOSOVO CRISIS: NATO TROOPS ENTER KOSOVO

YUGOSLAVIA: KOSOVO CRISIS: NATO TROOPS ENTER KOSOVO

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Natural Sound Operation Joint Guardian began with the dim of helicopters, as British paratroopers headed out to secure the high ground. Then on a general's signal at dawn, thousands of NATO troops with tanks and armoured vehicles rolled into Kosovo in the largest military operation in the alliance's history. Hundreds of Kosovo Albanian refugees, who fled into Macedonia at the crossing point, cheered and shouted "NATO! NATO!" as the convoy passed. British and French troops were spear heading the initial NATO thrust, with German, U-S and Italian forces due to move in later. Hundreds of British airborne troops, including the elite Gurkha rifle regiment, moved in at dawn by air and on foot from Macedonia to secure the hillsides and the main road leading north to the Kosovo capital Pristina. U-S Apache attack helicopters, transferred from Albania, skirted the hilltops to protect the convoy from attack. The massive NATO operation - including U-S, British, French, German and Italian troops - began hours after Russian forces moved unexpectedly into the Kosovo capital, Pristina. Local Serbs welcomed the Russian forces as heroes sent to protect them from feared retribution by Kosovo's ethnic Albanians. A column of jeeps packed with more than 150 Gurkhas - elite Nepalese infantrymen who serve in the British army - were amongst the first to begin crossing the border. Hundreds of other Gurkhas marched alongside the slow-moving convoy. Several buildings in the area had been set fire by Serb troops as they withdrew under terms of the international peace plan. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d262b87a80ede9f2074aad85ca5c21f1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Energy security : what's at stake? (NATO Review)

Energy security : what's at stake? (NATO Review)

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  • Updated: 07 Jul 2016
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For the Baltic States, the pursuit of energy independence is about more than reliable energy sources – it’s about political freedom. In today’s security context, many dimensions of energy security have become increasingly important. Learn more in this mini-documentary. What is NATO Review? It’s a free, online magazine looking at some of today’s most pressing security issues. It publishes videos, articles, timelines, maps, podcasts, cartoons and more on everything from cyber attacks to the effect of social media in revolutions. Or from energy security to Russia’s hybrid war tactics. Or even from water scarcity to the need to get more women into defence. Most important is that what is published in NATO Review does not necessarily represent official opinion or policy of member governments, or of NATO. So the opinions you’ll hear in NATO Review may not be the ones you expect to hear. Or from people you’d expect to be invited to offer their opinions. It’s a magazine that has been doing this for over 60 years. And in that sense, despite it being a modern magazine, it still holds to the task given to it all those years ago - which is to 'contribute to a constructive discussion of Euro-Atlantic security issues'.
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NATO Cyber Security Symposium, NIAS'16 "Next generation starts now"

NATO Cyber Security Symposium, NIAS'16 "Next generation starts now"

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The NCI Agency is pleased to announce NIAS 2016, NATO's annual cyber security symposium, which will be held on September 7 and 8, in Mons, Belgium. NIAS is a must-attend event for today's security professional. This two-day event brings together leading security specialists, directors, mid-managers, product developers and frontline IT staff, so they can exchange ideas, gain valuable knowledge to implement their security initiatives and share real-world experiences. NIAS 2016 addresses the latest innovations in cyber security and provides you with critical business insight, best practice examples, and practical case studies through sessions, exhibits, workshops and much more! For more information: http://www.nias2016.com NCI Agency Website: http://www.ncia.nato.int Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/NCIAgency Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NATO.NCIAgency
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What is the UK's role in NATO?

What is the UK's role in NATO?

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  • Updated: 08 Jul 2016
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Founded by 12 member states in 1949 to secure peace in Europe and encourage cooperation, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation now represents almost a billion citizens and half the world's military power. UK Permanent Representative to NATO Adam Thomson explains the role that the UK plays in the Alliance, and the UK's priorities for the 2016 NATO Summit in Warsaw, Poland.
https://wn.com/What_Is_The_Uk's_Role_In_Nato