336 Fighter Squadron Baltic Air Policing

photos by Staff Sgt. Megan M. Beatty

Capt. Shawn Delmez, 336th Fighter Squadron pilot from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., and Capt. Atilla Zsigmond, 336 FS weapons system officer, prepare to take off from Ämari Air Base, Estonia, Feb. 1, 2022. Members of the 4th Fighter Wing, from Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C., are deployed to Ämari AB to support a NATO enhanced Air Policing mission. U.S. forces in Europe live, train and operate with allies and partners from strategic locations across Europe to ensure a timely and coordinated response during peacetime and crisis

Capt. Shawn Delmez, left, and Capt. Atilla Zsigmond, 336 FS weapons system officer

336 FS Strike Eagles arrive in the Baltics Nato Air Policing

Story by Allied Air Command Public Affairs Office

RAMSTEIN, Germany – F-15E Strike Eagles from the 4th Fighter Wing have landed at Amari Air Base, Estonia and Danish fighters will arrive at Siauliai Air Base, Lithuania tomorrow to bolster the forces already deployed under the long established NATO Air Policing mission.

Danish F-16s will arrive in Siauliai to work alongside the Polish F-16s that deployed there on 1 December 2021 to conduct Baltic Air Policing (BAP). The US F-15s landed at Amari to integrate with the current detachment of Belgian F-16s; both detachments will execute the enhance Air Policing (eAP) mission. The aircraft plan to work with other Allied nations throughout the Baltics practicing air-to-air and air-to-ground training manoeuvres in addition, to the Air Policing missions

336 FS Rocketeers at Amari AB