Serbian special forces practiced with the team that killed Osama bin Laden: Americans THRILLED (PHOTO)
During the fourteen day course, members of our army had the opportunity to improve their preparation in various areas through combined practices with members of foreign security forces
During the fourteen day course, members of our army had the opportunity to improve their preparation in various areas through combined practices with members of foreign security forces.
- JCET program organized in Serbia was very important to promote US interests in Serbia. The most important result of this exercise is to improve the ability of SAJ in Serbia - said Kori Chi, head of the defense units from the US Embassy in Serbia.
- The combined joint exercise with the participation of the US Special Forces in Serbia was very important to promote US interests in Serbia - said Lieutenant Colonel Chi, chief for the common defense of the American embassy in Belgrade. - What was the most important thing is that this event helped training and improving the skills of the SAJ in Serbia.
Combined units carried out, in the last few days, fighting exercises performed indoors, they used a variety of possible scenarios as training. About Americans, it is famous US Navy Seal unit, which killed Osama bin Laden.
Participation in these scenarios that focus on these exercises help participants and provide them with an opportunity to improve the efficiency with weapons and in responding to dangerous situations.
American colleagues were impressed by the professionalism demonstrated by their Serbian colleagues and they felt privileged because they were one of the first units who worked shoulder to shoulder with SAJ, said US special forces team leader.
Lieutenant Colonel Chi pointed out that Serbia is a potential transit route for foreign terrorist fighters, who are traveling through Europe and the Middle East. Training collectively, American and Serbian special forces have proven to everyone that they can work as a team if the global terrorist crisis occurs.
(Telegraf.co.uk / dvidshub.net)
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