Greek, Cypriot and Armenian Special Forces Complete Joint Exercises
Wednesday, 01 December, 2021, 00:42
The Special Forces of Greece, Cyprus and Armenia completed the joint Close Quarter Battle 2021 military exercises.
From November 22 to 26 2021, the “Close Quarter Battle 2021” took place under the Greece-Cyprus-Armenia Tripartite Cooperation Program.
The purpose of the joint exercise was to increase combat capability and interoperability of the combined special forces in combat conditions.
The training included rapid reaction battle shots, moving shots, night shots, urban warfare and handling of the dead and wounded inside a residential area.
The Cypriot Defence Ministry said “similar exercises, in combination with the Tripartite Cooperation Program between Greece, Cyprus and Armenia, reflect the excellent cooperation between the Armed Forces of the three countries.”
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