Netherland: Parvus Numero, Magnus Merito

June 2011
Military Technology;2011, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p38
The article presents the author's statements regarding the aerospace and military capabilities of the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) in the Netherlands. The author cites their efforts, in maintaining the stability of their military operations, despite their meagerness in terms of population. The author also cites their participation in various operations such as United Nations Mission in Eritrea and Ethiopia (UNMEE), "Enduring Freedom," and "Allied Force."


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