Blaszczak regards Patriot anti-missile system training as warning to aggressors

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Mariusz Blaszczak, Poland’s defence minister, declared on Tuesday that exercises involving the Patriot anti-missile system in Warsaw serve as a deterrent to any potential attackers.

Crews are receiving instruction on the Patriot batteries at Babice airfield near Warsaw as part of the exercises.

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Blaszczak, at Babice to inspect the exercise, said the training included moving and setting up the Patriot system and practice in coordinating its elements.

“This exercise is meant as a deterrent, a display of the Polish Army’s combat readiness,”

Blaszczak said.

He said that a band of troops will travel to America this week in order to get more education on the system, including lessons on combat control.

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