Joining forces as a single fleet Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark to deter Moscow

Norwegian F-35 fighter Norwegian F-35 fighter jets pictured over Norway on March 22, 2022.John Thys/AFP via Getty Images

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Important Takeaways:

  • Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark struck a deal to run their 200+ advanced fighter jets as a single fleet, creating a new headache for Russia
  • The four Nordic countries agreed to operate their roughly 250 fighter jets in one fleet.
  • Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark, have modern air forces that include F-35s.
  • They joined forces hoping to deter Russia.
  • “The ultimate goal is to be able to operate seamlessly together as one force by developing a Nordic concept for joint air operations based on already known NATO methodology,” Denmark’s air force said in a statement, per Bloomberg.
  • “Our combined fleet can be compared to a large European country,” commander of the Danish air force, Major General Jan Dam, told Reuters.

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