|A joint anti-terrorism maneuver is held in the training base. After throwing the stun grenades, commandos of both sides broke in rapidly. (Chinamil/Li Degao)|
From Dec. 9 to Dec. 21, the “Pounce-2013” joint anti-terrorism training by Chinese and Thai special forces was held in Camp Erawan, Lopburi of Thailand. This is the fourth joint training between them.
During the two-week training, officers and soldiers of both sides carried out 69 training items falling into 13 subjects, including scouting and monitoring, anti-terrorist shooting, special sniping, buildings intrusion, airborne penetration and urban anti-terrorism. The joint training provided an opportunity for the two armies to enhance friendship, communicate training experiences and upgrade military abilities on performing multiple tasks.