NATO days in Ostrava

Last weekend in Ostrava, in the Czech Republic, NATO days took place. This is a cyclical event that has taken place since 2001, which attracts lovers of military equipment. For visitors (there were over 200,000), not only static weapons exhibitions were prepared, but also spectacular shows. One of the biggest attractions of this event was the huge American B-52H bomber. The aerial applause of the Red Arrows RAF pilots also aroused public applause. This is the world famous Acrobatic Airborne Corps, whose pilots can do wonders with their machines.

On the NATO days, there is also the equipment of other uniformed services: police, anti-terrorist units, fire brigades, border guards and even emergency services. The Ministry of National Defense, also had its stand, and in the demonstrations was attended by the Commander’s Military Unit from Lubliniec, who together with colleagues from the Czech units demonstrated the rendition of hostages from terrorists.

Admission to all shows and stands during NATO days is free.

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