BSRF-13 drills in Romania host Macedonian, Armenian, U.S. soldiers

BSRF-13 drills in Romania host Macedonian, Armenian, U.S. soldiers

PanARMENIAN.Net - Macedonian, Armenian and U.S. soldiers are participating in Romania-hosted drills in the framework of the Black Sea Rotational Force international program.

The BSRF-13 trainings will gather soldiers from 19 countries in Balkans and Caucasus.

Training evolutions will consist of counterinsurgency and peacekeeping operations, communications, logistics, non-lethal weapons employment, intelligence, military decision-making processes, and non-commissioned officer development.

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