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New Zealand and Australian troops begin training Iraqi soldiers on night fighting

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New Zealand and Australian troops begin training Iraqi soldiers on night fighting Empty New Zealand and Australian troops begin training Iraqi soldiers on night fighting

Post by rocky Mon 31 Jul 2017, 2:39 am

New Zealand and Australian troops begin training Iraqi soldiers on night fighting


 Translation: Hamid Ahmed

New Zealand and Australian special operations training units at Camp Taji have begun to add new techniques and tactical tactics to training Iraqi soldiers to keep the ground and to retain their gains against a staunch organization.

Major General Tim Gal, commander of the New Zealand Joint Forces, said the trainers were now training Iraqi forces on night-fighting techniques to counter unconventional conventional insurgent tactics at a time when Iraqi forces were seeking to retrieve the remaining few pockets still under Saddam's control in Iraq.
"With regard to the tactical level, we need to modify the training plans to suit the current requirements in helping Iraqi forces maintain security in the liberated areas of an organization that is advocating and dealing with the changing nature of the fighting against the militants of the organization," General Gal said. , Pointing out that the training operations continue at the large military base at Taji and other alternative locations in Iraq.
In June 2016, New Zealand Prime Minister John Key announced his agreement to extend the remaining Kiwi troops in Iraq for another 18 months, pledging to keep his forces away from the fighting lines in Iraq, that is to say, staying within the Taji base and other alternative training sites. The New Zealand Defense Ministry said the new training assignments did not mean New Zealand troops would be present in areas beyond its borders, stressing that alternative sites have been used for training for some time.
"Earlier this year, we started training in other locations, and the current training program does not mean expanding our reach in the country," he said.
Major General of the New Zealand National Defense Force at Camp Taji, General Tim Gal, said the first group of 35 Iraqi soldiers had begun their training course on six-day night combat exercises under the supervision of five New Zealand Defense Force trainers, Eager to gain new high combat skills.
"Enhancing combat skills under cover of darkness will help Iraqi soldiers defeat Badash," said the New Zealand Defense Force commander, adding that the training course covers night patrol and nighttime patrol techniques involving ambushes. Where the trainees will be able to complete the course of the night ambushes against the enemy.
The commander of the special task force at the base of the Taji, the Australian officer Major James Tarbelli, said that this type of training is very vital to help the Iraqi army to keep gunmen in a state of retreat and defeat.
In July, the army celebrated the liberation of the city of Mosul from a pre-dawn raid three years ago after nearly nine months of urban warfare that has turned the city into rubble, killing thousands of people and displacing nearly a million others.
However, the organization's militants still control a few areas and cities in Iraq.
According to the New Zealand Defense Forces, the special operations force of the trainers at the Taji base consists of 100 New Zealand troops with 300 Australian Defense Force personnel, and since the start of their mission in Iraq in May 2015 they have completed the training of approximately 25,000 troops and police Federal.
عن About: The New Zealand Press In July, the army celebrated the liberation of the city of Mosul from a pre-dawn raid three years ago after nearly nine months of urban warfare that has turned the city into rubble, killing thousands of people and displacing nearly a million others. However, the organization's militants still control a few areas and cities in Iraq. According to the New Zealand Defense Forces, the special operations force of the trainers at the Taji base consists of 100 New Zealand troops with 300 Australian Defense Force personnel, and since the start of their mission in Iraq in May 2015 they have completed the training of approximately 25,000 troops and police Federal. عن About: The New Zealand Press In July, the army celebrated the liberation of the city of Mosul from a pre-dawn raid three years ago after nearly nine months of urban warfare that has turned the city into rubble, killing thousands of people and displacing nearly a million others. However, the organization's militants still control a few areas and cities in Iraq. According to the New Zealand Defense Forces, the special operations force of the trainers at the Taji base consists of 100 New Zealand troops with 300 Australian Defense Force personnel, and since the start of their mission in Iraq in May 2015 they have completed the training of approximately 25,000 troops and police Federal. عن About: The New Zealand Press However, the organization's militants still control a few areas and cities in Iraq. According to the New Zealand Defense Forces, the special operations force of the trainers at the Taji base consists of 100 New Zealand troops with 300 Australian Defense Force personnel, and since the start of their mission in Iraq in May 2015 they have completed the training of approximately 25,000 troops and police Federal. عن About: The New Zealand Press However, the organization's militants still control a few areas and cities in Iraq. According to the New Zealand Defense Forces, the special operations force of the trainers at the Taji base consists of 100 New Zealand troops with 300 Australian Defense Force personnel, and since the start of their mission in Iraq in May 2015 they have completed the training of approximately 25,000 troops and police Federal. عن About: The New Zealand Press

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