Nepal-US joint military training concludes


November 30, 2021


Nepal-US joint military training concludes

“Ex-Teak Nail 22”, the joint exercise between Nepali Army and US Army, concludes in Kathmandu Tuesday. (Photo: Nepali Army)

KATHMANDU: A month-long joint training conducted between the Nepal Army (NA) and the US Army since November 1 concluded amidst a special program held on the occasion at Chhauni-based Ranger Battalion of the NA Tuesday.

The training conducted in Kathmandu, Pokhara and Annapurna Base Camp areas imparted theoretical and practical knowledge on topics like water rescue and search, rescue in high hilly and mountainous areas to the participants.

A total of 49 personnel, including 45 from the Nepal Army’s Disaster Management Task Force, and four from other agencies, and 17 from the US Army, participated in the training.

US Ambassador to Nepal Randy Berry was the chief guest of the concluding program attended by Director General of the Directorate General of Military Training Niranjan Kumar Shrestha, Chief of the Warfare Department Nirmal Kumar Thapa and other officers of the Nepal Army and US Army.