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    Australia sends 410 soldiers to Iraq on training missions

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    Australia sends 410 soldiers to Iraq on training missions Empty Australia sends 410 soldiers to Iraq on training missions

    Post by Rocky Tue 31 Oct 2017, 2:17 am

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    Australia sends 410 soldiers to Iraq on training missions


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    A 410-strong Australian Defense Force (ADF) force was deployed at the North Queensland military base in Australia on Sunday, ahead of its dispatch to Iraq next month.
    This is the sixth meal of the Task Force of the Australian Taji Special Forces Task Force in Iraq, known as the Task Group Taji, which will continue its courses in building and developing the capabilities of the Iraqi forces in its war against the Al 
    Qaeda organization, which began in 2015. General Paul McLoughlin, The 1st Division, in charge of training and officer assessment, said in a statement on Sky News that the Task Force of the Taji Task Force was playing an important role. 
    "Our special forces, Tusk Group Taji, are now taking over this training task at the request of both the Iraqi government and the US government," he said, adding that "the results of the training achieved and the results achieved by the new training mission are essential to extend the Iraqi armed forces with the necessary skills and To restore the territory of their country, which occupied a preacher in Iraq. "
    In its training courses at the Taji base, the Australian Special Forces Task Force focuses on developing the educational skills of Iraqi Army elements by increasing confidence in their own capabilities, training them on military techniques and equipment, and enhancing confidence within the military unit.
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