NATO member states test underwater capabilities off Sicilian coast

Turkish submarine T.C.G. Anafartalar S356 is moored in the port of Catania, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Feb. 25, 2024.
Turkish submarine T.C.G. Anafartalar S356 is moored in the port of Catania, Sicily, southern Italy, Sunday, Feb. 25, 2024. Copyright Associated Press
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Seven member states are taking part in an annual exercise designed to strengthen NATO's underwater threat capabilities.

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Seven submarines from Greece, France, Italy, Spain, Turkey, and the US are taking  part in NATO's annual Mediterranean Sea exercise named "Dynamic Manta 24."

The annual drill aims to boost submarine warfare and anti-submarine warfare (ASW) and enhance NATO submarine underwater threats response.

Watch the full report in the video above.

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