AKIPRESS.COM - The Indian Army's Special Forces Training School on Thursday began the training for Turkmenistan Special Forces to help them build their combat capabilities, India Today reported.
The Turkmenistani paratroopers will be trained in 'Combat Free Fall' as a precursor to a series of customised courses which will assist in their capability enhancement.
Taking to Twitter, the Indian Army said it was building bonds of friendship with Turkmenistani forces.
A unique institution in itself, the Special Forces Training School (SFTS) is located in Nahan, Himachal Pradesh. It is responsible for providing training to the Indian Army's Special Forces.
Building bonds of Friendship#SpecialForces Training School #IndianArmy has commenced training of #Turkmenistan Special Forces in #CombatFreeFall as a precursor to a series of customized courses to follow & help build capability of the Turkmenistan Special Forces. pic.twitter.com/phwFRZ7E5M— ADG PI - INDIAN ARMY (@adgpi) March 4, 2021