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Norway holds NATO sub-hunting exercises

Soldiers are going to drill the skills of identifying and destroying submarines of a potential enemy.

Norway holds NATO exercises to destroy submarines

While practicing anti-submarine maneuvers, military personnel from ten NATO countries and Sweden plan to work out identifying and destroying submarines of a potential enemy.

"NATO's Anti-Submarine Warfare Exercise DYNAMIC MONGOOSE 2015 (DMON 15) began today, Monday, 4 May 2015, off the coast of Norway, with ships, submarines, aircraft and personnel from 10 Allied and 1 partner nation converging on the Norwegian Sea for anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare training," the statement reads.

It is also reported that soldiers are going to identify and destroy submarines of a potential enemy.

"Obviously, we're aware of the incidents that have happened in some of our partner nations' waters," said Rear Adm. Brad Williamson for Stars and Stripes.

It should be recalled that Estonia started the most comprehensive military exercises in the history of the country with participation of about 13,000 soldiers and reservists.