Soldiers Perform Wet Gap Crossing in Major NATO Exercise

On May 11, 2024, soldiers conducted a wet gap crossing exercise at Drawsko Combat Training Center, Poland, as part of Defender, the largest U.S. Army exercise in Europe and a component of NATO’s Steadfast Defender 24 exercise. A wet gap crossing is a tactical operation that facilitates the transport of equipment and troops across various wet terrain environments, saving crucial time in wartime scenarios.–News Desk