As announced by the Canadian government on 22 February, Canada will be sending additional military contributions to support NATO in the Baltic Sea region. These contributions, which fall under Operation REASSURANCE, will strengthen the Alliance's deterrence and defence efforts by increasing Canada's land, maritime and air capabilities in Europe. Specifically, Canada will provide up to an additional 460 personnel to the approximately 800 currently deployed in Europe. Within the eFP framework, these contributions will encompass a battery of M777 artillery guns with forward observers and an electronic warfare troop to bolster the Canadian-led Battlegroup in Ādaži.
On 11 February, the U.S. decided to deploy 3,000 soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division based at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, to Europe. "This second tranche of airborne soldiers joined in Poland the first tranche of 1,700 soldiers and key enablers that the U.S. Secretary of Defence ordered there on 2 February," the Pentagon statement reads. Although not part of eFP, these troops will significantly increase the Allied land forces' capabilities in the region. On 10 February, while visiting Polish and U.S. military leadership at the Rzeszów Jasionka Airport, Poland, GEN Tod D. Wolters, Supreme Allied Commander Europe and Commander U.S. European Command, stated:
The deployment of U.S. forces to Poland demonstrates our enduring commitment to NATO. Alongside our Polish Allies, we are here to enhance interoperability, strengthen military equilibrium, improve responsiveness and, if necessary, defend and secure the NATO Alliance.