The 2nd Ocean Escort Training Class of the Navy of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) was wrapped up in early January of 2013 at the PLA Navy Command College (NCC) of the PLA. A total of more than 70 cadets from the leading organs and troop units returned to their respective leading organs and troop units after 2-week-long training.
During the training, the NCC adopted many training forms including case analysis, problem exercise, simulated training and comprehensive drill to teach naval escort basic theory and exchange practical experience of naval escort.
The drills of unexpected incidents including rescuing the pirate-hijacked merchant ship by force by relying on the integrated command platform of the NCC, became one of the major highlights of this training.
The training class laid a solid foundation for further improving the procedure of ocean escort organization and command as well as enhancing the frontline commanders’ international vision and capability of implementing diversified military missions.
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