Jackal Stone 2011

JACKAL STONE 2011

Multinational servicemembers ride off after performing a visit, board, search, and seizuredemonstration during Jackal Stone 11 multinational special operations forces exercise, Sept. 17, 2011. The purpose of the exercise, being held in Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine, is to enhance special operations forces capacity and interoperability between the nine participating nations, while simultaneously building cooperation and partnerships.

Naval special operations forces operators from Norway, Romania, Ukraine and the United States conduct a visit, board, search, and seizuredemonstration during Jackal Stone 11 multinational special operations forces exercise held at Constanta Military Harbor Sept. 17, 2011. The purpose of the exercise, being held in Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine, is to enhance special operations forces capacity and interoperability between the nine participating nations, while simultaneously building cooperation and partnerships.

U.S. special operation forces sets guard on ROS Midia (LSNS 283) during a demonstration for distinguished visitors on the opening day of Exercise Jackal Stone 2011, on Sept. 17, 2011, in Romania. Jackal Stone is an annual multinational special operations exercise designed to promote cooperation and interoperability between participating forces, build functional capacity and enhance readiness. This year nine nations are participating in various locations in Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine.

Naval special operations forces operators from Romania, Norway and the U.S. stand during a press conference after a visit, board, search, and seizure demonstration for Jackal Stone 11 multinational special operations forces exercise held at Constanta Military Harbor, Sept. 17, 2011. The purpose of the exercise, being held in Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine, is to enhance special operations forces capacity and interoperability between the nine participating nations, while simultaneously building cooperation and partnerships.

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