Philippines-US Palawan drill ends |

Michael Punongbayan – The Philippine Star

September 20, 2022 | 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — Filipino and American army troopers have accomplished this yr’s bilateral workouts in Rizal, Palawan.

The Steadiness Piston 22-3 Drill performed on the headquarters of the 18th Special Forces Firm (18SFC) ended on Friday, based on 1st Lt. Jerrica Angela Manongdo, civil army operations officer of the Special Forces Regiment.

Col. Rosendo Abad Jr., deputy commander of the Special Forces Regiment, led the closing ceremony a month after the workouts began on Aug. 15.

The drill was meant to enhance the interoperability of the US and Philippine troops.

Participated by the US Special Forces ODA 1336 and the complete 18SFC led by Capt. Jefferson Nobleza, the coaching included sensible workouts in lengthy vary marksmanship, fight marksmanship, shut quarter fight and small unit techniques.

The drill additionally included unconventional warfare and maritime operations in a number of areas in Rizal.

Nobleza mentioned the Filipino troopers would eternally cherish the bond and brotherhood they shared with their US counterparts.

Abad thanked the JUSMAG-Philippines, the army’s Western Command and the marine models in Palawan for serving to facilitate the execises.