Operators of AFEUR.

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Colombian Navy

Units afloat, Missile Corvette ARC “Almirante Tono”, ARC “Golfo de Morrosquillo”, ARC “Caribe” and ARC “Providencia” during the development of strategic operations of the Colombian Navy, exercising Defense and Sovereignty and supporting assistance efforts humanitarian in the Archipelago department.

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Proyect Camaleon, the Brand New Uniform for the Colombian Army

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Pictures of the Brand New Colombian Army New Camouflage Uniform

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ESMIC Combat Course in Tolemaida, Excellent female participation.

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EXPODEFENSA 2021

Expodefensa, the largest Defense and Security “hub” in Latin America and the Caribbean. Ita was celebrated in Bogota, Colombia on November 29, 30 and December 1st. Expodefensa is the International military fair and reference stage for Latin America. Technological development and innovation for the Defense and Security forces. Broad Defense and Security panel represented by public organizations or private operators. Exchange meeting between suppliers and clients-prospects. Proven Eurosatory know-how with the best Defense and Security exhibition requirements. Numerous official delegations, business appointments, networking. Promotion of national industry, especially Colombian SMEs (small and medium-sized companies).

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In Buenavista, La Guajira, in the company of the Colombian Ministry of Defense, Colombian Military Forces Commander and US Ambassador to Colombia, Philip Goldberg, the National Army received a platform of ASV 4X4 M1117 vehicles, to strengthen their capabilities mobility and maneuvering. The ASVs have technology, performance, interoperability, firepower and high mobility for reconnaissance in difficult and extensive terrain, in less time; they also have armored capacity to guarantee the protection of our men. These vehicles will be deployed on the country's borders, with the purpose of contributing to the security of the territories and national sovereignty, increasing the institutional presence in the most remote regions of Colombia.

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In Buenavista, La Guajira, in the company of the Colombian Ministry of Defense, Colombian Military Forces Commander and US Ambassador to Colombia, Philip Goldberg, the National Army received a platform of ASV 4X4 M1117 vehicles, to strengthen their capabilities mobility and maneuvering. The ASVs have technology, performance, interoperability, firepower and high mobility for reconnaissance in difficult and extensive terrain, in less time; they also have armored capacity to guarantee the protection of our men. These vehicles will be deployed on the country's borders, with the purpose of contributing to the security of the territories and national sovereignty, increasing the institutional presence in the most remote regions of Colombia.

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Dessert in Colombia?
 
The United States donates 150 military vehicles to shield the border between Colombia and Venezuela. An announcement was made from the Buena Vista military canton in the Guajira Penynsula, that seeks to strengthen the fight against drug trafficking led by the FARC dissidents.


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If the governments of the United States and Colombia are clear about something, it is that in the fight against drug trafficking and terrorist groups, one of the weak points on the border with Venezuela, in which with the consent of the Nicolás Maduro regime, the criminals, especially the dissidents of the Second Marquetalia, led by Iván Marquez; and another group also from exfarc, led by Iván Mordisco, commit crimes at their ease and take refuge on the other side of the border. That is why the United States Government will donate 145 armored vehicles, specialized for the transport of troops. This Thursday, December 2, the delivery of the first 20 vehicles that will have the mission of transporting troops safely on the borders between the two countries was made. The United States Ambassador to Colombia, Phillip Golberg, said that this shows the shoulder to shoulder work that there is with Colombia and that it demonstrates the good relations between the two nations.
 

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