Spanish army materials and vehicles landed in Santander, Spain, from NATO’s exercises

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The port of Santander has been chosen for the logistical work related to the landing of the ship “Gute” with military equipment and vehicles that have participated in the NATO “Brilliant Jump 20” and “Iron Wolf 20” exercises carried out in Lithuania.

The landed material traveled on the Swedish flagged ship “Gute” from the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda. The “Gute” is a Ro-Ro type logistics ship.

Passenger built in 1979 and capacity for 7,616 tons, with 140 meters of length and 17 of beam. The military material transported consisted of 62 miscellaneous vehicles and 19 containers loaded with camping equipment and other logistical material that was necessary to sustain the exercise. For their part, the military personnel, about 250 troops, returned from Lithuania by air.

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