BRAZILIAN RANKS COMPLETE TRAINING STINT AT JUNGLE SCHOOL

BRAZILIAN RANKS COMPLETE TRAINING STINT AT JUNGLE SCHOOL

The Training Corps of the Guyana Defence Force has bid farewell to Three Brazilian Jungle Instructors who have completed their Stint at the Colonel Roberts Mitchell Jungle and Amphibious Training School (CRMJATS), Makouria, assisting in the Jungle Training from the Non-Commissioned to Officer Cadet level.

Captain Renderson Georg Eneas, First Sergeant Maxwell Wallace Henrique Alves Santana, and First Sergeant Herberth Carlos Cardoso were honoured by the Corps and presented with the GDF Jungle Badge at a Ceremony held in their honour, to commemorate their selfless Service to CRMJATS., and the Ranks they have trained.

The Officer and Ranks played significant Roles in the training of Officers, and Ranks of the GDF in Jungle Warfare Skills, made possible through bilateral Relations in the Areas of Military training between the Rwo Forces.

Director of STAIN Major Dwayne Carter thanked the Officer and Ranks for their Service, and expressed the need, and importance of continued collaboration in Jungle training within the GDF.

As part of the Arrangement between the Two Militaries, the Brazilian Teams are rotated on a Yearly Basis.

Edward Anthony Persaud

INDEPENDENT MEDIA PRACTISING PROFESSIONAL

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