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    The Netherlands sends Chinook aircraft to Iraq to reinforce NATO missions in the country

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    The Netherlands sends Chinook aircraft to Iraq to reinforce NATO missions in the country Empty The Netherlands sends Chinook aircraft to Iraq to reinforce NATO missions in the country

    Post by Rocky Sun 07 Apr 2024, 4:52 am

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    [size=52]The Netherlands sends Chinook aircraft to Iraq to reinforce NATO missions in the country[/size]

    [size=45]Translated by / Hamed Ahmed[/size]
    [size=45]A report by the American website YTECH dealt with the tasks of NATO forces in Iraq in the field of providing advice, training and assistance to the military and security forces in the country, noting that the Netherlands, in an effort to enhance NATO’s tasks in Iraq, sent a shipment of Chinook helicopters with high logistical capabilities. It will be assembled at the Ain al-Asad base in Iraq.[/size]
    [size=45]The report indicated that, as an expression of its pledge and military cooperation, the Netherlands took the initiative to deploy Chinook helicopters to Iraq to contribute to strengthening NATO’s missions there. This was the first batch of several aircraft transported on board the giant cargo plane, Antonio AN 124, and formed One of the most complex logistics transportation tasks in the world.[/size]
    [size=45]The report stated that the Chinook aircraft were shipped in pieces on board the largest cargo aircraft in the world, as the Chinook aircraft are characterized by vital transport capabilities that enhance NATO’s advisory and training efforts in Iraq, and this confirms the Netherlands’ pledge to maintain regional stability and international defense efforts, and adds this Strategic aircraft to enhance the logistical aspect and provide support to the NATO mission in Iraq.[/size]
    [size=45]As part of this effort, the overall preparation for this helicopter shipping process required a careful disassembly process for parts integrity and ease of transport. When the Chinook aircraft parts arrive at Ain al-Asad base in Iraq, the technical team will carefully assemble the parts, which include the propeller panels, cockpit, and other vital parts of the aircraft. These helicopters are intended to enhance equipment and transportation infrastructure capabilities that are vital to NATO's focused mission of providing advice, training and assistance to Iraqi military and security forces.[/size]
    [size=45]The report indicated that the process of deploying these aircraft indicates the Netherlands’ technical and operational expertise and its commitment to strengthening the coalition’s strength and its support for stability efforts in the Middle East. The introduction of the Chinook aircraft into service later this month will increase their vital role in NATO's force and international defense cooperation. It reflects the importance of transport services and the aircraft's multi-mission capabilities in modern military operations. The heavy-lift, twin-engine, twin-propeller Chinook helicopter is considered a vital detail for many armed forces around the world.[/size]
    [size=45]The report states that the Chinook helicopter market is expected to witness great demand and growth in the coming years due to the increasing demand for effective military helicopters in the fields of transportation, medical evacuation, search and rescue missions, as well as their combat missions. As countries seek to modernize their helicopter fleets to enhance their field and logistical capabilities, demand for reliable zenith aircraft such as the Chinook is expected to increase.[/size]
    [size=45]However, the report indicates that one of the obstacles that stand in the way of the popularity of such advanced Chinook aircraft is the costs of maintaining and operating these aircraft, as well as the necessity of allocating investments in terms of training, maintenance, sustainment and logistical support.[/size]
    [size=45]The deployment of these aircraft comes within the international pledge to strengthen the coalition’s missions in Iraq and achieve regional stability, and the report indicates that international cooperation in military aspects is likely to witness more strategic military partnerships. NATO's ongoing missions in Iraq and the Middle East require appropriate infrastructure and platforms to achieve them, such as relying on Chinook aircraft capable of responding to several operational needs, including support operations and other humanitarian aid missions.[/size]
    [size=45]The Secretary-General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, had indicated in statements on the sidelines of his press conference last Thursday, April 4, that the alliance, with regard to its efforts to confront terrorism and the tasks of achieving stability, is working as partners in the Middle East and North Africa region.[/size]
    [size=45]“We have close partnerships with partners in the Middle East and we have a NATO mission in Iraq,” Stoltenberg said.[/size]
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