SWEDEN, VISBY, GOTLAND – Ferbuary 24, 2017: Re-militarization of Sweden. On the island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea the last permanent army station was abolished in 2005, but re-introduced with a small contingent of soldiers in September 2016. Here: Emil Kling, 25, private 1st class of the logistics platoon from the P4 Skaraborgs regiment in Skovde during a training session.
CREDIT: Gordon Welters for The New York Times For a story by Martin Selsoe Sorensen.
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