The event, organized by the Portuguese Air Force involved eight nations and 56 aircraft. The exercise provided a great opportunity for valuable integration between NATO nations & Partnership for Peace members, with a new focus on incorporating cyber and space effects.
The operational training serials involved complex scenarios against aerial, land and maritime threats. This is the first time that participating forces perform night sorties, maximizing operational training in all domain scenarios, where cyber defence and space effects were fused together. This increased interoperability between different assets is one of the main goals of the NATO Tiger Meet and key to the success of operations.