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    Silent Guardian Angels: The 34th Chojnice Radiotechnical Battalion

    President Andrzej Duda lauds the 34th Chojnice Radiotechnical Battalion as silent guardians safeguarding Poland’s airspace.

    On Wednesday, President Andrzej Duda visited the 34th Chojnice Radiotechnical Battalion, a critical element of Poland’s and NATO’s air and missile defense systems. His visit came ahead of the upcoming NATO summit in Washington, highlighting the importance of national security and the dedication of Polish armed forces.

    During the press briefing, President Duda emphasized the role of this battalion in safeguarding Poland’s airspace. Recent media reports have frequently covered incidents of Polish fighters being scrambled due to airspace violations.

    “The 34th Chojnice Radiotechnical Battalion serves as the eyes of our air defense,” said Duda. “They continuously monitor the skies over and around Poland, detecting and responding to potential threats.”

    President Duda lauded the battalion’s personnel as “silent guardian angels” who work tirelessly around the clock to ensure Poland’s borders are well protected. Their vigilance and quick response are crucial in maintaining national security.

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