The movements will take place between February 7 and 12.
Slovak soldiers will also attend about 40 exercises abroad in the first half of the year.
A total of 41 soldiers will be assigned to the Slovak unit.
The government approves the deployment, but it still needs to be okayed by parliament.
The first of two Spartan C-27J military cargo aircraft bought by Slovakia will arrive as late as this year. Originally they should have been delivered by the end of 2016.
Slovakia is slated to increase not just its budget for the armed forces, but also its engagement and presence in the NATO.
Ammunition found in the Middle East was supposed to be destroyed by the Slovak state-run company.
The exercise of CV-22 OSPREY planes will focus on brown out and shooting.
The tender of the NATO service agency for the repair of helicopters was won by the Slovak company Letecké opravovne Trenčín (LOTN).
The list of applicants contains one woman.
Until the end of this week (October 2), heavy military equipment, including foreign, will be redeployed across Slovak territory.
The change in the global security environment has its implications, and one of them is a change in Slovakia’s defence concept.
The September 27 meeting of EU defence ministers is important regarding the steps to be taken in defence cooperation.
A total of 79 Slovak soldiers are now operating within NATO and EU structures.
Defence Ministry asked the Pentagon to block access to information about Black Hawk helicopter deal.
The biggest aviation event in Slovakia, SIAF, takes place this weekend.
Slovakia began participating in the mission following last year’s terrorist attacks in France.
Other countries are also sending more soldiers to the island.
As many as 87 trainee soldiers out of 195 engaged in basic training at the Training Battalion in Martin in Žilina Region were most likely poisoned by food or beverages.
Out-dated legislation meant Slovak weapons ended in the hands of the Sicilian mafia and British gangsters.