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Colombian Army inspires development in Puerto Jordán
Quiron Task Force, along with its operational work in Arauca intended to reduce capability of any criminal organization in Colombian Orinoquia, also works for welfare and integrated development. Thus, Quiron Task Force planned several infrastructure projects to benefit children, teenagers, adults, elders and women in Puerto Jordan Town.More: The heroes also construct a country [+]
In 1950, the Colombian Army became part of 16 armies fighting for independence and freedom of South Korea. An infantry battalion composed by 1060 courageous soldiers and a war frigate were the contribution of the South American nation in the Far East.More: Colombian Army commemorated 63th anniversary of their participation in Korean War [+]
With their sight in horizon and with a shared ideal of motherland, honor and loyalty, rider and horse are joined in a single beat where the only important fact is crossing the Andean region to win victory and freedom of a country.More: Heroes commemorate 194 years of galloping for love to motherland and freedom [+]
The Colombian Army in compliance with its institutional commitment to look after environment and preserve natural resources began the Tree-Planting Campaigns. This first campaign took place in
Magdalena, where COLAR soldiers in coordination with SENA and Civil Defense Corps, planted 500 mangroves by Manzanares River in order to recover and preserve this natural source of water.
By celebrating the National Heroes Day, the 7th Army Brigade pays homage to GEN Carlos Julio Gil Colorado
For Colombians, the National Heroes Day is a date to remember those men and women who have given their lives for peace. Therefore, when commemorating 19th anniversary of GEN Carlos Julio Gil Colorados murdering, troops of the 7th Army Brigade pay homage to this great man who gave his life struggling for peace and progress of this important region of the country.More: Heroes Not to Be Forgotten [+]
By the Fallen In Action Heroes monument, it was paid a deserved homage to COLAR men and women who have given their lives for the country; anonymous heroes that fell in fulfillment of duty, endlessly fighting to fulfill their constitutional mission, exercising sovereignty, and providing integrity to national territory.More: Heroes that have gone down in history: their supreme sacrifice exalts the unconditional commitment of Colombian Soldiers [+]
Men and women conforming the Search and Rescue in Combat Unit (C-SAR) of COLAR, have as their mission to guarantee survival of the Nation Soldiers and humanitarian help to Colombian population.More: Heroes that save lifes [+]
Second Lieutenant Milena Bratt recalls that her greatest desire was to belong to COLAR, a dream that turned into real thanks to her persistence and her love for the camouflaged uniform.More: An Officer with Faith in Cause and positive attitude [+]
COLAR in order to provide peace and security to inhabitants in the National Territory, since 2005, has been performing a series of tasks regarding humanitarian demining, by creating military units specialized on this topic, like 60th Demining Battalion, Coronel Gabino Gutierrez.More: Heroes with Steel Nerves [+]
After five years of dedicated training and the discipline that characterizes a military member, Captain Santiago Medina has positioned himself in the group of the best forty riders in the world.More: "The level of military riders is even better by the time being" [+]