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HAMMERNESODDEN, NORWAY (Feb. 12, 2022) – USNS Sisler (T-AKR 311) moors pierside in Hammernesodden, Norway,  to offload vehicles and cargo as part of Exercise Cold Response 22.  The Norwegian-led exercise enhances interoperability among II Marine Expeditionary Force and participating NATO allies’ and partners’ militaries.  As part of Maritime Prepositioning Ships Squadron 2, Sisler strategically places containerized and palletized cargo throughout the globe for all U.S. Armed Services, including the U.S. Marine Corps.  The ship transited from Diego Garcia to support Exercise Cold Response 22.  (Photo by U.S. Navy Chief J. L. Nichols)
220212-N-NI109-0005.JPG Photo By: U.S. Navy Chief J. L. Nichols

Norway - HAMMERNESODDEN, NORWAY (Feb. 12, 2022) – USNS Sisler (T-AKR 311) moors pierside in Hammernesodden, Norway, to offload vehicles and cargo as part of Exercise Cold Response 22. The Norwegian-led exercise enhances interoperability among II Marine Expeditionary Force and participating NATO allies’ and partners’ militaries. As part of Maritime Prepositioning Ships Squadron 2, Sisler strategically places containerized and palletized cargo throughout the globe for all U.S. Armed Services, including the U.S. Marine Corps. The ship transited from Diego Garcia to support Exercise Cold Response 22. (Photo by U.S. Navy Chief J. L. Nichols)


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