Defence Minister and U.S. Rear Admiral visit National Training Center Krtsanisi
Georgian Defence Minister Dimitri Shashkini and Deputy Director of Plans, Policy and Strategy, United States European Command Rear Admiral Mark Montgomery attended Command and Staff Training “Didgori 2012” at the “Krtsanisi” training base. Georgian Defence Minister and American Rear Admiral personally inspected the process of training and took a view of the traini facility.
The training course “Didgori 2012” is underway in Georgia through the support of the U.S. partners. It is rather an important exercise, during which commanding skills are improved. The military servicemen taking part in the training are interacting under a modeled scenario and operatively fulfil the tasks. Given that the Total Defence of a new 3 Ts Concept foresees training and instructing of military servicemen, Command and Staff exercises like that are attached a great significance.
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