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Spanish Army + University = Project I + D

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Spanish Army + University = Project I + D

The collaboration agreement signed in 1998 between the Ministry of Defence and the University of Granada led to the creation of the MADOC- University of Granada Mixed Centre (Instruction and Doctrine Command). One of the activities of this centre is the financing of research projects that are of interest to the Spanish Army.

Destination: Latvia

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Destination: Latvia

The 11th Extremadura Brigade cannot hide it, they are elated. The availability cycle has given them a great chance: to be the first unit in the Spanish Army to provide the contingent for the new NATO mission in Latvia. This includes opening the scenario, which brings with it pride and great responsibility, for which they will bring the Leopardo and Pizarro combat vehicles, marking the first time that these vehicles will be used away from Spanish soil.

A big academy in a small city

Monday, April 24, 2017

A big academy in a small city

When thinking about military academies in Zaragoza, the first name that often springs to mind is the General Military Academy (AGM). This is unless the soldier in question belongs to a Specialist Technical Force (AET), in which case he/she will more likely think further southwest of the province, towards Calatayud.

A valuable card

Monday, April 24, 2017

A valuable card

There are some things that money can’t buy but are worth their weight in gold. These include the values that our Army and its members identify with, but which values are the most important? This is the question that the Training and Doctrine Command have tried to answer, and they have found one phrase that sums up our values: BE VICTORIOUS.

Recovery in a hostile environment

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Recovery in a hostile environment

Experts say that there is no such thing as a bad recovery, as long as the aim of removing the trapped or broken-down vehicle is achieved. However, this aim changes slightly when the optimum security conditions of the specialist teams are lacking, which often happens in operations zones.

Spain is leading the EU Battle Group

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Spain is leading the EU Battle Group

The EUBG Package for the second half of 2017 will have around 2,500 troops, of which around 2,000 will be Spanish and the other 500 will be mainly from Portugal and Italy.

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