PH's Scout Rangers bag silver medal in UK Cambrian Patrol

PH's Scout Rangers bag silver medal in UK Cambrian Patrol



Wow! Another feather on the cap of the Filipino soldier.
Eight Filipino soldiers from the Philippine Army’s elite Scout Rangers, participated  in the United Kingdom's Exercise Cambrian Patrol 2019 (Ex CP 2019) held in Wales, were awarded the Silver Medal for their feat.


"For 51 sleepless hours, the Army’s eight-man team successfully accomplished its mission by performing various military operations along the rugged Cambrian Mountains of Mid-Wales, with loads of logistics and minimal food and water," said PA spokesperson Lt. Col. Ramon Zagala in a statement.
The Philippines' elite Philippine Army (PA) Scout Rangers, who participated in the United Kingdom's Exercise Cambrian Patrol 2019 (Ex CP 2019) held in Wales, bag the Silver Medal for their feat.
(photo credit to PNA)



For 2019, around 130 teams from different countries participated in the United Kingdom's Exercise Cambrian Patrol 2019.
The eight scout rangers also underwent a 21-day pre-training before the exercise proper that started last October 14.

The United Kingdom's Exercise Cambrian Patrol 2019 (Ex CP 2019), is an annual international military exercise hosted by Headquarters 160th (Welsh) Brigade. It is tagged as the British Army’s premier patrolling event that provides mission-focused and scenario-based exercise to enhance each participating unit’s operational capabilities.
“The Philippine Army recognizes the achievement of our Scout Rangers, which is a manifestation of the perseverance and toughness of the Filipino soldier. Their display of character in the international scene reflects our nation’s aspirations to become a truly world-class Army,” Zagala said.





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