The Royal Second Battalion of the Jordan Armed Forces has recently conducted an extensive security drill to test the combat readiness of the soldiers along with the local defence plan. The drill was performed under the supervision and leadership of Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II who also serves as the commander of the First Secretariat.
According to the latest information, the authorities of the Jordan Armed Forces took to its official social media handle to extend the updates and glimpses from the security drills and defence plan testament.
It was stated that the drill was conducted by a unit of the Central Military Zone which comes under the Royal Second Armoured Battalion, and focused on real-time combat situations and challenges.
Furthermore, the update shared by the Jordan Armed Forces read, “The Royal 2nd Armored Battalion conducts a security drill to test the local defence plan.”
In addition, it was further conveyed by the officials that the security exercise took place earlier this week as a part of regular security drills to ensure better emergency and strategic responses by the armed forces and rapid response teams.
Moreover, the update also outlined that the Royal Second Armoured Battalion comes under the supervision of the assistant to the commander of the currently serving First Secretariat and Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II.
Meanwhile, the update also noted, “A unit of the Central Military Zone carried out a security exercise to test the unit’s local defence plan.”
Additionally, “The exercise, which came as part of annual plans and training programs carried out by armed forces units and formations, included hypotheses that simulate some expected security threats, and how to handle them to ensure the safety and security of their salaries, materials and equipment,” noted the officials from the Jordan Armed Forces.
While sharing the update, Jordan Armed Forces stressed the need for such exercises to be conducted regularly in order to examine the insights along with the preparations of the security units.
It was also said that “The aim of the security drills is to test the combat readiness of the unit and the extent of its ability to perform the duties assigned to them and reach its salaries to a high level of practical and training competence.”
At the end of the exercise, the participants exhibited high fitness, precision, skill and professionalism in the work that reflected the outstanding level and the ability to work in a team spirit.
During the drills, the officers were seen making different combat formations and tactics majorly and commonly used in close-range combat situations and emergencies.