Brussels (News Agencies/Janes): The Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden have agreed on “seamless cooperation” between their respective air forces, with a letter of intent (LOI) announced on 23 March.

Signed on 16 March by the commanders of the four air forces, and in the presence of the Commander of US Air Forces in Europe (USAFE), General James B Hecker, at Ramstein Air Base in Germany, the LOI is billed as being the first declaration of its kind.

“The declaration of intent strengthens cooperation between the two countries and creates the conditions for strengthening the air defense of the Nordic countries,” a joint communique said. “The aim is a seamless co-operation between the air forces of the two countries and the ability to operate together in all situations.”

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