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In 2020, the Swedish Armed Forces’ sustainability efforts contributed to achieving the UN sustainability goals. The previous environmental report has now been upgraded to a sustainability report in...
Hostile targets in the Baltic Sea must be destroyed. A force comprising of helicopters, aircraft and vessels is assigned to solve the task, together with a vehicle-borne missile unit. This was the...
This year’s Veterans’ Day was held at Berga castle at the 1st Marine Regiment. As last year, the ceremony was a digital event broadcast live on the Swedish Armed Forces’ Youtube channel. The ceremony...
On 25 May, the last of the FS 40 Swedish troops landed at Jönköping airport, escorted by two JAS 39 Gripen fighter aircraft. The troops were then transported to Göta Engineers, their home regiment....
On Saturday 15 May, a historic flag ceremony was held in Kabul, in the presence of the head of the multi-national force, Resolute Support Mission, US General Scott Miller and large parts of his staff....
The government has announced that the Public Health Agency will ensure that all Armed Forces personnel serving abroad is vaccinated against Covid-19.
Following the US decision to withdraw from Afghanistan, NATO confirms that the Resolute
Support Mission, RSM, in which Sweden participates, will be terminated.
On 13-15 April, the cyber defence exercise Locked Shields 2021 was held, with 22 participants from 22 different countries. The Swedish Armed Forces participated with the Swedish Police, the Swedish...
On Wednesday night, a Swedish patrol, part of the multinational Special Forces’ operation Task Force Takuba, hit a roadside bomb in eastern Mali. Three Swedish soldiers suffered minor injuries.
On Monday 19 April, the military service congress for 2021 was held. The congress is the highest decision-making body of the conscription authority and has representatives from military units from all...
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