Viewfinder: A Joint NATO Military Exercise in Norway

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A picture taken from a United States Marines C-130 transport aircraft shows the area near Brekstad, Norway, during the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's Trident Juncture 2018 exercise on October 31st, 2018. Trident Juncture is a NATO-led military exercise being held in Norway from October 25th to November 7th. It's the largest of its kind in Norway since the 1980s—around 50,000 participants from NATO and partner countries, some 250 aircraft, 65 ships, and up to 10,000 vehicles are taking part. The main goal of Trident Juncture is to train the NATO Response Force and to test the alliance's defense capability.

A picture taken from a United States Marines C-130 transport aircraft shows the area near Brekstad, Norway, during the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's Trident Juncture 2018 exercise on October 31st, 2018. Trident Juncture is a NATO-led military exercise being held in Norway from October 25th to November 7th. It's the largest of its kind in Norway since the 1980s—around 50,000 participants from NATO and partner countries, some 250 aircraft, 65 ships, and up to 10,000 vehicles are taking part. The main goal of Trident Juncture is to train the NATO Response Force and to test the alliance's defense capability.

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