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For Combat Readiness and Recon Patrol Training of Army 43 AAA Headquarters The Headquarters Strengthens its Combat Readiness Capability

  • 2021/12/21
Army 43 AAA Headquarters conducted combat readiness and recon patrol training early in the morning on the 21st. (Photographed by reporter Lin Tse-ting, Military News Agency)
Army 43 AAA Headquarters conducted combat readiness and recon patrol training early in the morning on the 21st. (Photographed by reporter Lin Tse-ting, Military News Agency)

(Reporter Lin Tse-ting of Military News Agency, Tainan, 21th)To strengthen our troops’ combat readiness capability, Army 43 AAA Headquarters conducted combat readiness and recon patrol training early this morning, during which it practiced tactical maneuvers like position occupation, etc., so that officers and soldiers could become familiar with real battlefield situations and improve their adaptability.

At dawn before day break, officers and soldiers of Army 43 AAA Headquarters dispatched M110 self-propelled guns, 3.5-ton trucks, Hummers, etc. to carry out the communication test and pre-driving inspection. As vehicles set off from the camp and quickly maneuvered to the tactical positions, they immediately took up positions upon arrival and rehearsed to complete the combat preparations.

Captain Tseng, the company commander, said that the troops have always adhered to the concept of "battlefields everywhere, training at all times." Through combat readiness and recon patrol training, these drills have helped cadres to develop their commanding ability. Furthermore, the servicemen can also familiarize themselves with the maneuver routes as they make full use of the battlefield environment, thus helping to strengthen the troops’ capability to confront combat situations.