MANILA – The Philippine Army’s (PA) Particular Drive Regiment “Airborne” (SFRA) and the US Army Special Forces formally opened the three-week Steadiness Piston 22-1 train that might enhance interoperability between the 2 companies, at Fort Ramon Magsaysay, Nueva Ecija on February 14.
PA spokesperson Col. Xerxes Trinidad, in an announcement Wednesday, mentioned the Steadiness Piston 22-1 goals to check and validate plans, procedures, and ideas to boost collaboration and interoperability between Filipino and US Special Forces.
“(The) Joint/Mixed Change Coaching Steadiness Piston 22-1 is an annual bilateral train that gives an avenue to Filipino and US Special Forces to be taught and alternate ways, methods, procedures, and finest practices,” he mentioned.
The train, which ends on March 7, will concentrate on Human Rights and Regulation of Armed Battle; Fight Administration of Marksmanship Abilities; Small Unmanned Aerial Programs Ways, Methods, and Procedures; Command and Management Construction; Mission Planning; Unconventional Warfare Topic Matter Specialists Change; Disaster Motion Planning, Fundamentals of Reconnaissance; Discover, Repair, End, Exploit, Analyze, Disseminate; City Reconnaissance; Tactical Fight Casualty Care; and a Fruits Train.
In the meantime, SFRA appearing commander, Col. Eliglen F. Villaflor, who served because the occasion’s keynote speaker, mentioned the train would assist the unit determine operational capabilities and competency gaps.
“Observe and be taught from our US Special Forces companions,” he mentioned.
Trinidad added that the annual train reinforces the thrust of Army Chief, Lt. Gen. Romeo S. Brawner Jr., in enhancing the talents of troopers and competencies of Army models to additional empower them in mission accomplishment. (PNA)