Serbian Land Forces commander visits Joint Multinational Readiness Center
HOHENFELS, Germany-- The Joint Multinational Readiness Center hosted a visit from the Serbian Land Forces Commander Lt. Gen. Ljubiša Dikovic and V Corps Deputy Commanding General Brig. Gen. Michael A. Ryan, July 29.
HOHENFELS, Germany — Matthew Demmitt, deputy chief of the Counter-Improvised Explosive Device Academy at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center, explains an exhibit of different types of IEDs to Serbian Land Forces Commander Lt. Gen. LjubiiÅa DikoviiÄ (at center with arms crossed) and V Corps Deputy Commanding General Brig. Gen. Michael A. Ryan (left) during the DikoviiÄ's visit to JMRC, July 29. In addition to visiting the Counter-IED Academy, DikoviiÄ toured JMRCCâ?s training facilities and received briefings designed to help Serbian forces to develop their own training facility. (U.S.Army photo by Spc. Tia Sokimson)
1 photo: HOHENFELS, Germany — Matthew Demmitt, deputy chief of the Counter-Improvised Explosive Device Academy at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center, explains an exhibit of different types of IEDs
Photo 1 of 1: HOHENFELS, Germany — Matthew Demmitt, deputy chief of the Counter-Improvised Explosive Device Academy at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center, explains an exhibit of different types of IEDs to Serbian Land Forces Commander Lt. Gen. LjubiiÅa DikoviiÄ (at center with arms crossed) and V Corps Deputy Commanding General Brig. Gen. Michael A. Ryan (left) during the DikoviiÄ's visit to JMRC, July 29. In addition to visiting the Counter-IED Academy, DikoviiÄ toured JMRCCâ?s training facilities and received briefings designed to help Serbian forces to develop their own training facility. (U.S.Army photo by Spc. Tia Sokimson) Download full-resolution version

HOHENFELS, Germany — The Joint Multinational Readiness Center hosted a visit from the Serbian Land Forces Commander Lt. Gen. Ljubiša Dikovic and V Corps Deputy Commanding General Brig. Gen. Michael A. Ryan, July 29.

The purpose of the visit was to show the Serbian leaders how JMRC facilitates and conducts training.

Dikovic toured JMRC's training facilities, and participated in a tour and demonstration of JMRC's Counter-Improvised Explosive Device program and briefings on the center's training capabilities and U.S. Army Garrison Hohenfels operations.

"The trip has been very useful," said Dikovic. "We had the opportunity to see how JMRC organizes training and prepares units for peacekeeping operations. The visit will assist the Republic of Serbia in the development of its own military training facility and continue the cooperation between U.S. Army Europe and the Serbian Army."

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