Around the clock the Navy monitors the waters surrounding Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
The monitoring is done from Navy ships with satellites and radars, as well as Air Force aircraft, and forms the basis for solving the multiple tasks, the Navy is required to solve for Denmark.
Out of the Navy's nearly 3.000 employees approximately 650 are directly involved in national tasks - half the employees are stationed on board the ships, the other half are at shore based operations rooms etc.
Click on the map to learn more about the operations in Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
Under the menu item 'National' on the left side, you can find more information on the different tasks that the Navy solves.