Land Force Command Sums Up 2015 Achievements
CHISINAU, December 24, 2015 — The service members of the National Army Land Force Command (LFC) summed up the 2015 achievements during a ceremony to mark the 7th anniversary of the division.
According to the report presented by LFC Commander, Col. Mihail Buclis, among the most important achievements of this year was the participation in peacekeeping missions in Kosovo, Central African Republic, Liberia, Ivory Coast, South Sudan, as well as in military exercises such as “Mission Readiness Exercise” and “Combined Resolve IV” conducted in Germany, “Saber Guardian/Rapid Trident 15” and “Sea Breeze” (Ukraine), “Agile Sprint 15” (Georgia), “Wind Spring 15”, “Prut”, and “Platinum Lynx 16.2” (Romania).
Col. Buclis mentioned that in 2015, the EOD engineers neutralized 470 explosive objects that dated back to World War II and were found throughout the country.
Deputy Chief of National Army Main Staff, Brigadier Gen. Igor Cutie, congratulated the military and civil staff of the division on the anniversary and appreciated the professional skills, responsibility, and commitment of the entire personnel of Land Forces.
The Land Force Command was established in December, 2008.