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Exercise Southern Warrior

Caption from the British Army

First Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (1RRF) have been taking part in live-firing training on Exercise Southern Warrior in the Falkland Islands. The Rifle Company dismounted exercise is facilitated by HQ British Forces South Atlantic Islands (BFSAI). Soldiers also had the opportunity for battlefield study and low-level adventure training.

Exercise Southern Warrior – live firing in the Falklands with 1RRF

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3 Comments

  1. Andrew J Boulton

    “ Its a combination of . . . err . . . blank and . . . err . . live firing . . . ”

    That doesn’t sound right, in fact it sounds bloody dangerous – a recipe for very serious incidents.

    My “toes curled”, I nearly didn’t bother watching the rest of the video. In fairness, the “Geordie lad” does go on to explain/clarify that it is in two (separate) phases.

    To begin with, basic drills/blank ammo phase. Only then followed by live ammunition/Company attack phase.

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