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Royal Anglians’ final training stage in Afghanistan

April 17, 2012

Royal Anglian soldiers have completed RSOI (reception, staging, onward movement and integration) training after arriving in Afghanistan.

RSOI training is provided by the Operational Training and Advisory Group and is the final stage of a six-month-long training package that is completed in the theatre of operations to ensure that the soldiers have the most up-to-date tactics, techniques and procedures and intelligence at their disposal.

RSOI training also provides a time for initial acclimatisation to allow the body to adapt to the harsh climate of Afghanistan, reducing the impact of heat on the body’s performance.

Soldiers from A Company, 1st Battalion The  Royal Anglian Regiment, have recently arrived in Afghanistan for Operation HERRICK 16. They are part of 12 Mechanized Brigade who took command of Task Force Helmand in Afghanistan last week and will be in theatre for six months.

The Officer Commanding of A ‘Norfolk’ Company, Major Matt Woodeson, said:

“The RSOI training package is excellent, the acclimatisation it gives you, the most up-to-date tactics, techniques and procedures are all really good and the ability to undertake more training as a company group has been excellent.”

Continues at: Royal Anglians’ final training stage in Afghanistan

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Janette Ireland permalink
    April 17, 2012 20:28

    well done guys keep it up stay safe

  2. Claudio Alpaca permalink
    April 17, 2012 20:36

    There were no doubt, buddies, of your acclimation, your training positive conclusion, after an excellent esercize. This is not the reason, the moti,f that has produced, on war’s theatre and on transition phase the positive results? the answers is yes, buddies, and this is a point of honor. claudio alpaca

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