The Anaconda 2016 NATO military exercise began in Poland on June 6 with the practical part of the training starting on June 7. Over 31,000 servicemen from 24 nations will take part in the drill, making it the largest in Eastern Europe since the end of the Cold War. The scenario for the exercises is classified, but NATO commanders earlier claimed that the bloc intended to test its capacity against an enemy more capable and well-trained than the rebel groupings which the US and its allies have fought in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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