Four Polish Air Force F-16 fighter aircraft will be a regular sight in the airspace above and near Iceland in the High North conducting training and operational flights in the next weeks demonstrating NATO's vigilance and readiness as well as cohesion among Allies. Archive photso by Polish Air Force.
Poland is the eleventh Ally to ensure NATO has certified intercept aircraft that can deploy to Iceland integrating the regional airspace into Alliance-wide enduring Air Policing arrangements. In past years, the mission here has been executed by the Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Portugal, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Story by Allied Air Command Public Affairs Office