(reported by journalist Hsu, Cheng-Wei from Military News Agency on April 17th in Pingtung) ROCMC 66th Marine Brigade commenced the beachhead assault training today, where soldiers and officers practice the ability of rapidly consolidating the beachhead, and improve on the ability to adapt different circumstances encountered in actual battlefields from the simulation of a beachhead situation at the actual beachhead and the crossing of various obstacle terrains.
Soldiers and officers from the brigade who participated with the assault training were divided into cover unit, destruction unit, and assault unit before arriving at the beach. Each unit is responsible for different tasks, where the cover unit suppresses the firepower stronghold of the enemy while stays vigilant of the enemy’s situation to cover the destruction unit and assault unit when pushing forward rapidly to facilitate various subsequent assault and storming missions.
Major Wei of the Strategic Measurement Center under the R.O.C. Navy Education, Training and Doctrine Development Command stated that the beachhead is where the most intense enemy fire is, hence observation equipment like binoculars must be utilized in advance when the vessel arrives at a certain distance from the beach to ensure the terrain of the beachhead location, and grasp on the situation of the scene upon arriving at the beach in order to push forward to the cover spot rapidly. During the process of training, soldiers and officers are not only required to have basic swimming capability and strategic skills, but also establish a concept of mutual help in warfare between each comrade in order to survive in the process of beachhead and depart from the danger zone to proceed with subsequent assault missions.
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