Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Georgian, Turkish and Azerbaijan Armed Forces conduct joint military exercises Caucasian Eagle 2017

“Caucasian Eagle 2017” the Trilateral Field Exercise of special operations`military units of Georgian, Turkish and Azerbaijan Armed Forces are being conducted at IV Mechanized Brigade firing ground in Vaziani.

The goal of the exercise is deepening cooperation of Special Operations Forces of the three countries, sharing knowledge and experience, as well as developing the special operations conducting capabilities.

According to the scenario, the military units destructed important targets through direct attacks. The military servicemen fulfilled tactical, shooting, engineering and other kinds of special tasks. They had to undergo medical preparation and mastered fighting elements.

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The training will last for 10 days with participation of land and air components.

The joint military exercise of Special Operations units of Georgian, Turkish  and Azerbaijan Armed Forces is the third consecutive exercise. Prior to that, Turkish Republic hosted the exercise for already two times.

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