Monday, February 25, 2013

New Afghan explosive experts Their full training

The Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) newest explosive experts marked the completion of Have Their training with a ceremony at Their base in Nahr-e Saraj, Helmand province.

The explosive hazard reduction experts, who come from Both the Afghan National Army ( ANA ) and Afghan Uniform Police ( AUP ), will allow the ANSF the freedom of movement to Provide Increased security for the local population. Their role will be to find and destroy improvised explosive devices ( IEDs) Nahr-e Saraj THROUGHOUT.
Newly-qualified Afghan experts graduate from explosive Their training [Picture: Leading Airman (Photographer) Rhys O'Leary, Crown copyright]
The 4-week course was run by International Security Assistance Force ( ISAF ) explosive ordnance disposal ( EOD ) experts from the EOD and Search Task Force and Held at Main Operating Base Price,40 Commando Royal Marines 'base in central Helmand province.

Sergeant Kev Clark, an ISAF instructor from 11 EOD Regiment , said:
The course Provides the ANA and AUP with safe ways to search for and find IEDsand the procedures to blow them up in place INSTEAD of What They HAD beens doing, Which is basically unsafe procedures.

We teach 'em how to use search equipment and ground sign awareness. They are very good at ground sign. For guys That are, in the main, illiterate, They picked up the proceedings extremely well and a lot of good Asked questions.
The course certificates Were presented by Captain Alex Nixon, Adjutant of 40 Commando Royal Marines.He said:
To be ble to present certificates to the latest thesis explosive hazard reduction course members was a fantastic opportunity. Both the men from the ANA andAUP will assist Providing security and peace in Nahr-e Saraj in And They Provide a significant capability for the ANSF .

They Have Performed well falling on Their training and are now dealing with ability of the terrorism threats Many Of Those Who Posed by attempt to destabilize Giroa (Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan) and the success That Undermine Afghan Forces are HAVING.
Newly-qualified Afghan experts with explosives certificates and Their Mentors [Picture: Leading Airman (Photographer) Rhys O'Leary, Crown copyright]
The newly-trained explosive experts will now go back to Their respective units where, together with theANSF 's highly-trained EOD experts, They Will Provide the backbone of the ANSF 's future EODcapability.

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