TALLINN – The Estonian Air Force celebrated its 101st anniversary with a ceremony at the Amari air base on Monday, where commander of the Air Force Rauno Sirk congratulated personnel and handed incentives to members of the Air Force for outstanding service.
"This year, we opened one of the most state-of-the-art air operations centers in NATO, recently we started operating new M28 aircraft," Sirk said according to spokespeople for the military headquarters.
"Today, we have a well functioning airfield and airspace surveillance n...
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