Source: ResumenLatinoamericano.org / The Dawn / December 26, 2015.- A group of 36 policemen and military came out of a training program for special high-risk operations, carried out partly by Colombian instructors, in Paraguay. The military men will begin exercising this knowledge to combat the Paraguayan People’s Army in the north of the country.
In the headquarters of the Special Police Operations Force of the National Police (FOPE), Paraguay’s president, Horacio Cartes, and Ministry of Internal Affairs, Francisco de Vargas, lead students’ the graduation ceremony of the Special Operations Program.
36 students (26 policemen and 10 Infantry military men) completed the program. The training included tactics and techniques of rural combat in daylight and night, reconnaissance and direct actions, all lead by instructors of the National Police of the Republic of Colombia.
The graduates will be given weapons and be sent to fight in the North of the country against the Paraguayan People’s Army (EPP) and the Armed Peasant Organization (ACA).
A group of specially trained police and military practicing an initiation ceremony, calling out slogans to give themselves courage