British Army’s heavy armour deploys with NATO to Poland

As part of Exercise Defender, the British Army have completed the huge logistical task of deploying hundreds of armoured vehicles and their supporting units to Poland

British Army’s strategic sealift “RORO” coming into Gdańsk port on 9th May.
The Roll-On Roll-Off (RORO) ferry arriving in Gdansk, Poland.
British Army’s strategic sealift “RORO” coming into Gdańsk port on 9th May.

Logistics are crucial, it can be the difference between winning or losing the battle. The British Army’s logistics chains are among the best in the world.

Poor logistical planning can impact the effectiveness of military operations, preventing tanks from firing and leaving soldiers hungry. Logistics teams and specialists are deployed wherever the UK Armed Forces are to maintain the effectiveness of the force.

British Soldiers from the Theatre Enabling Group ensuring the vehicles are safely and efficiently moved off the RORO.
British Army’s strategic sealift “RORO” coming into Gdańsk port on 9th May.
British Army’s strategic sealift “RORO” coming into Gdańsk port on 9th May.

Find out where else the UK Armed Forces are deployed here👇

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