Military Training

Providing military training service requires high level knowledge, skills and experience. As Babil defence, we offer many different trainings at different levels, from basic to professional training. Military training aims to develop the abilities of military personnel in the area, to clarify their roles and to specialize, and at the same time to implement the concept of discipline in a regular way. Military training is varied for different military personnel or different military units. They can basically be divided into three groups as Regular Military Training, Unconventional Military Training and Special Forces Training. The basic training that these three groups will receive is general military training, but then the three groups continue to train in completely different contexts.

Regular training is a form of a military training that teaches how to render or defeat the opposing side by using regular weapons and war tactics in an open conflict situation. As a result of regular training, large and regular troops are formed. The aim of both sides is to physically defeat the opposing army. Regular training is the training given for the close conflict of two or more armies. In this training, basic military skills such as physical strength and the ability to use weapons come to the fore.

Unconventional training is a more detailed and versatile education than regular this. Armies that receive unconventional training first acquire both combat capability and psychological intimidation capabilities. Although the units that receive unconventional training are smaller than the regular units, they are more successful in intimidating the enemy and inflicting losses with the skills and strategies they acquired during training. This training also covers air operations, land operations and naval operations. There is an important point to be able to join unconventional military. It is necessary to provide certain physical conditions in order to receive unconventional education.

Special forces teams are trained to act strategically with special weapons and equipment against extraordinary emergency situations and raids. They have tactical skills for any situation where they may need to interfere. Special forces first start with physical conditioning training, then they are subjected to all trainings that will enable them to be effective in any situation they may encounter, such as tactical shooting, sniper training, hostage rescue operation training, raid and ambush training, swimming, first aid education.



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