Saber Strike exercises wind up in Latvia
About 2,000 troops and 800 vehicles were moved from the Adazi military base in central Latvia to south-west of the country during the Saber Strike 2018 international military exercise, reported the LETA newswire.
500 American and British paratroopers drop in
Early June 9, 500 American and British paratroopers, flying direct from the U.S., performed a descent at Adaži base just outside Rīga as part of ongoing "Swift Response 2018" training exercises.
Watch: Fighter jets refueled in-flight over Latvia and Estonia
Thousands of soldiers, alongside armored transport and fighter jets are partaking in the international Saber Strike exercise taking place June 3 to 15. One of the most impressive parts of this was an aerial refueling operation over Latvia and Estonia, reports LTV. 
Live pictures beamed from inside Latvian military zone!
In what at first might seem like a shocking security breach, tiny concealed cameras are broadcasting live pictures from inside a restricted Latvian military facility, allowing anyone in the world to track the comings and goings of green-clad personnel.
May 4 military parade for Madona
A military parade will take place on May 4 in Madona, central Latvia, the Ministry of Defense said May 2, giving details of the event.
Russia's rocket plan proves to be another dud
Russia's threatened plan to fire rockets over the Baltic Sea proved to be less SpaceX than waste of space for a second time when no projectiles were blasted into the wide blue yonder between April 17 and 19.
Latvian armed forces and emergency services training in tandem
April 17 sees an exercise taking place in eastern Latvia organized by the National Armed Forces (NBS) in Audriņi and Vēreme parishes of Rezekne district which will see them teaming up with the Emergency Medical Service, the State Fire-fighting and Rescue Service, the State Police and the State Border Guard.
Russia to repeat Baltic airspace shutdown
Latvia's Defense Ministry reported April 13 that the Russian military will for the second time in as many weeks shut down air traffic over parts of the Baltic Sea, apparently in order to fire missiles.
Eyes on the skies for Russia's Baltic missile show
Civil aviation is being diverted and Latvia's military is keeping a wary eye on the situation as a three-day window begins April 4 during which Russia plans to fire missiles over parts of the Baltic Sea, including over Latvia's exclusive economic zone.
Declaration on Baltic security to be adopted in the US, says president
At the Baltic presidents' meeting with US President Donald Trump next week, a declaration will be adopted sending a strong message of the United States' support for strengthening security in the Baltics, President Raimons Vejonis said in an interview with Latvian Television March 29.
First new-generation military radar system arriving
This week the National Armed Forces of Latvia will finalize the delivery of the first Multi-Role radar TPS-77 MRR by testing its air surveillance capabilities, the Ministry of Defense said in a news release, adding that the new radar will significantly boost the air surveillance capabilities of Latvia's armed forces.