The 25th commando course graduated yesterday from the Martyr Jayan Mazyouna Academy in the Euphrates region.
The graduate course included 83 fighters, entitled Shervan Aleppo, and lasted for five months. In the first two-month, the fighters received ideological and political lectures to enhance their political awareness and understanding regarding the threats facing the region.
The fighters also received intensive military training over the last three months of the course to strengthen their combat skills, develop their military capabilities, and expand their intellectual perceptions.
The graduation ceremony began with a minute of silence for the souls of the martyrs, followed by a military parade performed by the graduate fighters in which they reflected their ability to move and maneuver on the battlefield. It is noteworthy that thousands of people from all areas of NE Syria are constantly joining the ranks of the Syrian Democratic Forces to maintain the security and stability of their regions.
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