Marines and Finnish forces train in sub-zero conditions [Image 5 of 6]
HELSINKI (HELSINGFORS), FINLAND
Staff Sergeant Bobby Neal, a platoon sergeant with Black Sea Rotational Force 14, practices room-clearing techniques in a Military Operations in Urban Terrain Instructor’s course, Jan. 15, 2014 in Helsinki, Finland. The two-week long course focused on tactical movement in an urban environment, room breaching and clearing, combat lifesaving and medical evacuations, detainee handling, and live-fire ranges. The training and partnership between the U.S. and Finnish forces proved to be an integral part of BSRF-14’s mission of maintaining and further strengthening close-and-solid relationships while promoting regional stability and increasing interoperability with partner nations in the region.
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