Fighters from both nations are monitoring Russian incursions into the area

Some beautiful images of Italian Typhoons in BAP mission with Polish F-16 and MiG-29

Since August 1, the Aeronautica Militare Italiana has deployed 4 Eurofighter Typhoon fighters at the Malbork Air Base, in Poland.

The formidable photographs of Spanish EF-18 fighters taken by a Polish spotter
The MiG-29 of the Polish Air Force: a video that shows us what its pilots experience

The fighters belong to four different wings: the 4th, 36th, 37th and 51st Stormo. Their deployment in Poland is part of the Baltic Air Police (BAP) missions. organized by NATO to provide air defense to the Baltic republics (Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia), as these countries lack their own fighters. BAP mission fighters are deployed at three bases: the aforementioned Malbork, Šiauliai Air Base (Lithuania) and Ämari Air Base (Estonia). The Malbork Air Base is located a short distance from the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad, which is the area of origin and destination of many Russian military returns that circulate in the area with their transponder turned off and without communicating a security plan. flight, violating international aviation laws, and sometimes making incursions into the airspace of neighboring nations.

The 41st Tactical Aviation Squadron of the Polish Air Force, equipped with MiG-29 fighters, is based in Malbork. Recently, these aircraft participated in a photo session with Italian Eurofighters and with F-16 of the 31st Tactical Air Base of the Polish Air Force in Krzesiny. The General Command of the Polish Armed Forces has shared a video with beautiful images of this formation flight:

The polish spotter Sławek Krajniewski "Hesja" has published two spectacular series of photos of this formation:

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