Members of the 1-10 SFG(Airborne) conduct casualty evacuation training alongside a team of Polish soldiers from the 1st Special Forces Regiment of the Poland Special Operations Command.

Members of the 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) conduct casualty evacuation training alongside a team of Polish soldiers from the 1st Special Forces Regiment of the Poland Special Operations Command on March 14 at the Joint Multinational Training Center at Grafenwoehr, Germany as part of honing their skills and their ability to operate seamlessly together. Training opportunities, identified as a result of annual Operations, Activities and Actions Conferences, allow U.S. Embassy country team members and SOF force providers to focus on future engagements. Dowload higest-resolution version(640 by 700 pixels)

Members of the 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) conduct casualty evacuation training alongside a team of Polish soldiers from the 1st Special Forces Regiment of the Poland Special Operations Command on March 14 at the Joint Multinational Training Center at Grafenwoehr, Germany as part of honing their skills and their ability to operate seamlessly together. Training opportunities, identified as a result of annual Operations, Activities and Actions Conferences, allow U.S. Embassy country team members and SOF force providers to focus on future engagements.

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