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    NORWAY

    11.07.2018

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    The bond between North America and NATO was underscored when the United States and Canada sent thousands of troops to Europe for exercise Trident Juncture 2018.

    Since its founding in 1949, NATO has been defined by the bond that joins its North American Allies – Canada and the United States – to Europe. During exercise Trident Juncture 2018, Canadian and US troops crossed the Atlantic to deploy troops to Norway, demonstrating the readiness to do so. Exercise Trident Juncture 2018 was the largest NATO exercise in decades, bringing together around 50,000 personnel, 10,000 vehicles, 250 aircraft and 65 ships from 31 NATO Allies and partner nations. Held in Norway, the live portion of the exercise took place from 25 October until 7 November. Footage includes shots of Canadian soldiers and US Marines in Norway during Trident Juncture.
    Soundbites include: Lt Gen Robert Hedelund, commander of II Marine Expeditionary Force, US Marine Corps and Lt Col Pascal Larose, Chief of Staff for the Canadian Army’s 35 Canadian Brigade Group.


    Transcript:

    Various shots: US Marines in CH-53 Sea Stallion helicopters TEXT ON SCREEN EXERCISE TRIDENT JUNCTURE BROUGHT THE US AND CANADA TO NORWAY
    Various shots: Canadian soldiers in Norway Follow shot: German troops loading onto CH-53 Sea Stallions REAFFIRMING A TRANSATLANTIC BOND BETWEEN EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA
    Various shots: US Navy hovercraft landing in Norway
    TEXT ON SCREEEN STANDING TOGETHER, AS ONE
    Various shots: Canadian CF-18 fighters taking off in Norway LOWER-THIRDS TEXT Lt Gen Robert Hedelund, US Marine Corps
    SOUNDBITE (English) Lt Gen Robert Hedelund, US Marine Corps “The most important piece, I think, is the relationship here. We have been reinvigorating our effort to know northern Europe. And the relationship with NATO is an extremely important part of that, as well as the relationship with Norway. Over the last year or so, many Marines have come to Norway to train. But not on this scale.”
    Various shots: US Marines landing via CH-53 Sea Stallion and MV-22 Osprey aircraft
    Mirror shot: US Marines marching, Canadian soldiers marching LOWER-THIRDS TEXT Lt Col Pascal Larose, Canadian Army SOUNDBITE (French with English subtitles) Lt Col Pascal Larose, Canadian Army “We crossed the ocean, travelling more than 5,000 kilometres to arrive here in Norway. Exercise Trident Juncture 2018 gives Canada the opportunity to reaffirm its commitment to NATO, to the Alliance. “
    Various shots: Canadian soldiers at night during Trident Juncture 18

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    VIDEO INFO

    Date Taken: 11.07.2018
    Date Posted: 12.06.2018 09:16
    Category: Package
    Video ID: 646086
    Filename: DOD_106273314
    Length: 00:01:03
    Location: NO

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