From the 18th to the 29th of May, a MAHE (Military Assistance in Humanitairian Emergencies) Exercize was conducted in Derventa. The exercise came close to being a real situation as heavy rain raised the risk of flooding during the two weeks.
On 14 May 2015 the Turkish contingent via its Liason Observation Team (LOT) in Travnik donated new equipment to the maternity department of Travnik hospital costing 31,200 Euros. The equipment was opened in a ceremony attended by local medical and government officials.
During their regular meetings with the local people in the hospital, the personnel of LOT Travnik had noticed that the hospital would benefit from more equipment for new born babies. Seeing the opportunity, a Civil and Military Co-Operation project was started, resulting in the donation of the equipment.
From 20 to 30 April 2015, Major Predrag Marjanović and Captain Kemal Osmanović, Armed Forces BIH (AFBiH) instructors supported by the Turkish Mobile Monitoring Team, Major Yasin Tuncer and Sergeant Major Ali Turudu, successfully delivered a Military Decision Making Process (MDMP course for the AFBiH at the Tactical Support Brigade Barracks in Rajlovac. This course was the third out of eight courses on Communication and Information Systems (CIS), which are planned for this year. 15 personnel (14 Officers, 1 NCO) of the AFBiH successfully completed the course.
On 3 April 2015, the Mayor of Derventa, Mayor, Milorad Simić opened the newly completed bridge in the village of LUZANI, also present were EUFOR’s Deputy Chief of Staff Capacity Building and Training, Colonel Hakar Soner Aplak, representatives of the Armed Forces of BiH and a number of local residents.
From 15 to 27 March 2015, EUFOR conducted a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Military Communication Standardization Agreements (STANAGs) training course for the Armed Forces of BiH (AFBiH) at the Tactical Support Brigade Barracks in Rajlovac. This course was the second of eight courses on Communication and Information Systems (CIS), which are planned for 2015. 13 personnel (5 Officers, 8 NCOs) of the AFBiH participated.
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