On 5 September 2013, Major General Dieter Heidecker the EUFOR Commander visited RAJLOVAC barracks, SARAJEVO to inspect the training taking place as part of the Integration Phase for Exercise Quick Response 2. Quick Response 2 is part of the EUFOR’s annual training regime and rehearses the activation, deployment and integration of over the horizon forces (Intermediate Reserve Companies) into the EUFOR structure and demonstrates EUFOR’s ability to maintain the Safe and Secure Environment.
On 30 August 2013, A celebration of the achievement and the presentation of the course certificates was organized to mark the completion of the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Course which took place at Dubrave Barracks near TUZLA.
Main topic of the course was the support to civilian authorities in the case of chemical incidents.
The seminar was planned and organized by the Spanish-Austrian EUFOR EAT which is operating in Travnik, and conducted jointly with the BiH TRADOC Department. The event was held in the PSO Training Centre auditorium at Camp BUTMIR.
|CBRN Company during decontamination|
On 28th August 2013 the EUFOR Mobile Mentoring Team (MMT) CBRN (Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear) and the CBRN Company of the Tactical Support Brigade of the AF BiH trained together with civil authorities and rescue forces in support to civilian authorities in the case of a chemical attack at the airport in Dubrave.
The aim of the exercise was the improvement of co-operation between the airport fire brigade, airport security service, border police, an EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) Team and EUFOR. The training scenario played in a fictional country where international security forces guaranteed a safe and secure environment.
On 26 August 2013 the Practical Basic Ammunition (PBA) Course Opening Ceremony took place at the ammunition storage site in KRUPA.
The Course is 13 days in length and runs until the 11th of Sep 13. This is the first of three ammunition storage management courses which will provide the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina (AF BiH) the ability to handle ammunition more safely. He course was developed by the Austrian Armed Logistic School in Vienna.
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