Joint train INTREPID MAVEN 23.4 concludes

AMMAN — The joint train INTREPID MAVEN/23.4 concluded on  Thursday, which was carried out by the 91st Fast Intervention Battalion, one of many items of Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s Fast Intervention Brigade, in cooperation with the 77th Marine Infantry Battalion and US Marine Corps forces.

This was supported by a number of items of the Armed Forces in any respect phases of the train in one of many devoted coaching fields, within the presence of the commander of Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s Fast Intervention Brigade, Brigadier Basic Nidal Al Hasban, and the commander of the Naval Power and Royal Boats, Colonel Hisham Al Jarah, based on a US embassy assertion.

The train, which lasted for 2 weeks, aimed to consolidate and develop fight and defensive capabilities and trade experiences among the many members within the fields of planning, management and management, unify their frequent army ideas, and qualify them within the subject of operational response in a multi-task joint operations surroundings.

The train included a situation that simulated an assault on a brigade degree on a village containing terrorist components. Throughout it, the forces collaborating within the train carried out isolation and siege operations, fight operations in built-up areas, storming and clearing, approaching the goal with taking pictures and evacuating the injured. The members within the train demonstrated a distinguished degree and excessive effectivity in performing their assigned duties.

On the finish of the train, a press interview was organised to reply the questions and inquiries of journalists, which addressed essentially the most distinguished phases of the train and its meant aims.

The Jordanian Armed Forces-the Arab Military conducts such inner and exterior joint workout routines with “brotherly and pleasant international locations” regularly to boost the extent of effectivity and readiness of its ranks.


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