16 soldiers developed new techniques and tactics after completing this course.
A group of commandos of the Colombian Military Forces obtained the badge of the Maneuvers in Urban Areas course n. 55, which allows them to improve the missions against terrorism in the national territory.
Thus, these 16 soldiers, for 10 weeks, worked to acquire new techniques and tactics. This course is given by the best Special Forces instructors who successfully trained this group of students passing on their experience and knowledge.
The closing ceremony was chaired by Brigadier General Jairo Leguizamón Rivas, commander of the National Training Center, who delivered the diplomas and badges to the students along with the commanders of the assigned units. Likewise, this scenario was propitious to highlight the consecration and dedication that Captain Javier Enrique Toloza of the Marine Corps had during the course.
The Cenae of the Special Forces School will continue working on the training and retraining of the members of the Armed Forces in order to have more heroes better prepared to guarantee and maintain the security of Colombians.