Sunday, March 27, 2022


This is coolbert:

"The training took place from October 17th to November 2nd, according to the certificate signed by Col. M. Evans. The training was divided into four sections, according to the certificate: 'weapons training', 'navigation', 'medical training' and 'pairs movement.'” 

Yawn! A big yawn! Russian, I hope this not the best you can do?

"yawn: noun - - 3. BORE"

From the Internet web site "Great Game India" and thanks to same. March 25, 2022

"Documents Expose UK Training Ukrainian Soldiers For Fighting In Donbass"

"According to documentation acquired by the media, the Royal Tank Regiment of the United Kingdom, the world’s oldest tank regiment, helped train Ukrainian soldiers fighting in Donbass."


"A Sputnik correspondent found a cache of documents in the liberated city of Volnovakha in the Donetsk Region, among which was a certificate confirming that Ukrainian serviceman Borys Kazarian had completed junior sergeant training course[s] with the participation of British instructors."

Think merely here junior enlisted first-line supervisor training. Normal military progression the military ladder of advancement stuff. NCO [non-commissioned officer school] at the basic level.

Simple but essential tasks learned to include: * Conduct inspections. * March troops. * Map reading and land navigation. * Filling out forms and reports. * How to instruct and teach.

When Donbass is mentioned the Russian is trying to imply Neo-Nazi Azov battalion? You must read between the lines?

"read between the lines: To infer or understand the real or hidden meaning behind the superficial appearance of something."


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