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From April 2nd to 5th – Visit NATO Exhibition Guided Tours

on March 29th.: Lithuania marks 20 years in NATO! Energy and Technology Museum hosts an interactive exhibition “November. Alpha. Tango. Oscar.” with 4 simulators: parachute, drone suppression, communication assurance and firing.

From April 2nd to 5th., during the school holidays, Energy and Technology Museum will host guided tours:

4.00 PM
5.30 PM

Guided tours are available for the visitor ticket price. Learn about the latest technologies being developed in Lithuania in an interactive exhibition.

On April 6th – free exhibition launch event. Participants will include Lithuanian Land Force, the Lithuanian Navy, Lithuanian National Defence Volunteer Forces, Lithuanian Armed Forces engineers, Communications and Information Systems Battalion. All the participants will demonstrate the latest technologies, vehicles, equipment and weapons.

Lithuania’s Road to NATO:

◾ As Lithuania moved towards independence, it knew it might have to defend itself with armed forces.
◾ Joining NATO was a long and complex process, requiring political, military and economic preparations.
◾ On 29 March 2004, the first 2 “F-16 Fighting Falcon” fighter jets of the Royal Belgian Air Force landed at Šiauliai Airport. This allied action was repeated this year to celebrate 20 years of unity.

The exhibition will be open until December 31st.

Implemented by: Energy and Technology Museum

Financed by: Ministry of National Defence of Lithuania Office of the Government of the Republic of LithuaniaVilnius City Municipality

Partners: Vytautas the Great War MuseumLithuanian armyGeneral Jonas Žemaitis Military Academy of LithuaniaMartynas Mažvydas National Library of LithuaniaNational Museum of Lithuania, NT Service, RSI EuropeAdos proGranta SolutionsBrolis Semiconductors,  ATRI,  Center for Physical Sciences and Technology

Information partner: LRT Kids

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