As military offensive campaign against insurgents in the North-east deepens, the Armed Forces Command and Staff College, AFCSC, Jaji, is holding its annual 19-day exercise on joint and multi agency training in internal security and low intensity conflict nicknamed exercise ‘Haske Biyu’.
The strategy is designed to broaden the understanding of counter revolutionary warfare with emphasis on insurgency and training as part of the college curricula involving the participation of members of the Nigerian Police Force, and paramilitary organisations.
This was contained in a statement signed by Flying Officer, Samson Egbunu on behalf of the Commandant, explaining that the exercise will end on 25th of April, 2015.
“The exercise is designed to broaden the understanding of counter revolutionary warfare with emphasis on insurgency and training. It features lectures, presentation, syndicate discussions, play-lets, demonstrations and indoor telephone battle exercise.
“Among the exercise’s objectives are to access the inter-operability of the Nigerian Armed Forces, NPF, and paramilitary services during internal security operations, as well as appraise the role of the media in counter terrorism,” he said.
He noted that the exercise is also an avenue through which the college will proffer possible solutions to emerging contemporary security challenges as part of its modest contributions to the security of the country, with the view to enhancing her socio-economic development.


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