Al-Tabqa – The Special Forces Academy in Tabqa graduated its ninth session under the name of martyr Moro which included 105 fighters who are from the region after they received political lessons and special training that included martial arts and military tactics for a period of 4 months.
The graduation ceremony was attended by leaders from the Syrian Democratic Forces, representatives of the Civil Administration, and a number of families, while adhering to social distancing.
The ceremony began with greeting the martyrs and standing for a minute of silence for their souls, followed by a speech delivered by Abu Omar Al-Adalbi, a leader in the Syrian Democratic Forces, he blessed the fighters for their graduation, and said: The Special Forces have a duty to stand against the Turkish occupation that threatens the safety of the citizens in north and eastern Syria and to stand up to any party that threatens Security and safety of the area.
He urged fighters to apply what they had learned during their training course they had taken.
The speech was followed by the military oath, then the fighters gave a military parade that included street warfare, storming dens, preparing ambushes, attacking, camouflage and concealment methods, where medium and light weapons were used in the graduation to simulate the real battlefield to ensure the readiness of the graduates.
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