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في تطور ملفت منذ فتره قريبة وبعد انشاء فرقة جديدة بالقوات المسلحة المصرية لمكافحه الارهاب 888 تم انشاء وحدات جديدة في الشرطة متخصصه في مكافحه الارهاب تحت اسم CTF Counter terrorism forces وظهرت في شمال سيناء الوحدة ذات تدريب عالي جدا و مكثف ولا ينضم اليها الا ذو المهاره العاليه جدا في التصويب .. واصحاب اللياقه البدنية العالية وبدون اي مجاملات او مدعاه للمظاهر لا يدخل الا من هو محترف بحق و معظمهم من قوات الامن المركزي وخصوصا الدعم
The United States delivered a batch of mine-resistant ambush protected (MRAP) vehicles to the Egyptian military on Thursday, the US embassy said in an official statement. The heavily armored MRAP vehicles are specifically designed to protect soldiers from blasts emanating from improvised explosive devices (IEDs), landmines, and other types of attacks. Thursday’s delivery is considered the second batch of a total of 762 MRAP vehicles that the US is transferring to Egypt. “Continuing the long-standing security cooperation between the United States and Egypt, the Egyptian Armed Forces today received a batch of American MRAP vehicles,” the embassy said. In Egypt was delivered MaxxPro recovery vehicle and RG33, Caiman mine-protected vehicles. The RG33 is a family of mine-protected vehicles manufactured by BAE Systems. The RG33 4×4 and 6×6 are in production in the United States for the US Marine Corps mine-resistant ambush-protected (MRAP) vehicle The RG33 is a family of mine-protected vehicles manufactured by BAE Systems. The RG33 4×4 and 6×6 are in production in the United States for the US Marine Corps mine-resistant ambush-protected (MRAP) vehicle programme. Caiman is a high mobility, heavily armoured multi-theatre vehicle (MTV) designed and manufactured by BAE Systems to meet the tactical mission requirements of the US Army in Afghanistan. The vehicle was derived by upgrading its earlier version, the Caiman mine-resistant, ambush-protected (MRAP) vehicle, with commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) technology.
Ukrainian Airborne Forces conducted an training operation as part of the Rapid Trident 16 exercise Jul 4, 2016 Ukrainian Airborne Forces conducted an airborne training operation as part of the exercise Rapid Trident 16 performed at different sites of the International Peacekeeping and Security Centre. Airborne troops attacked “enemy” with support staff armored units – armored vehicles KrAZ “Spartan” who fire guns NSVT intensified pressure “winged infantry”. In the rear of the enemy pair of Mi-8 helicopters landed reinforcements for landing. Also, pilots paid a “hit” with the air support of the ground forces and the destruction of manpower and firepower of the enemy. This year more than 1,800 servicemen from 13 countries (Ukraine, the USA, Canada, the UK, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Turkey, Romania, Georgia, Moldova, Poland, Norway, and Sweden) participate in the Rapid Trident 16 exercise. Rapid Trident exercise came during a time of turmoil for Ukraine, which has been fighting a Russia-backed insurgency in its eastern region since a revolution in February and Moscow’s annexation of the Crimea peninsula in March. The exercise’s focus was on improving the combat capabilities of allies and ensuring they are capable of fighting together on the battlefield. The exercise was also meant to send a signal to Russia that the U.S. and allies stand with Ukraine, U.S. Army officials said.
Egyptian special forces (The Thunderbolt) part two(2/3)