Service Members from National Army’s Special Forces Train in Romania
CHISINAU, September 26, 2018 — Moldovan, Romanian, and Georgian service members are training within the multinational exercise “Joint Combined Exchange Training” (JCET) that is conducted in Romania within September
According to commander of Special Forces Battalion, LTC Ion Ojog, in compliance with exercise’s scenario, the National Army officers and NCOs, together with military from Special Forces of Romania’s and Georgia’s Armies, are carrying our shooting drills and parachute jumps at different heights.
The exercise has the goal of building capabilities for missions in theaters of operations, conducting joint trainings and exchanging experience.
The National Army service members have been participating in JCET since 2009.
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