Chinese, Australian, U.S. soldiers complete survival skills exercise

中澳美陆军技能联合训练完成实训部分

Source
China Military Online
Editor
Yao Jianing
Time
2016-09-09

中国、澳大利亚和美国三国军方“科瓦里-2016”陆军技能联合训练8日在澳大利亚达尔文附近的澳方军营结束了实际训练。

DARWIN, September 9 (ChinaMil) – The Chinese, Australian, and the U.S. soldiers have completed survival skills exercise of the Kowari-2016 Army Skills Joint Training at the Barracks in Darwin of Australia on September 8.

此次训练旨在提升中国、澳大利亚和美国三国军方合作、友谊和信任 

The exercise aims to improve military cooperation, friendship and trust among China, Australia and the United States.

此次联合训练中方派出了10名队员,包括5名军官和5名士兵,另有4名指导组成员随队指导。澳大利亚派出10名陆军官兵参加,美国派出5名海军陆战队队员和5名陆军官兵参加。

China sent a team of 14 members, including 5 officers, 5 soldiers and 4 commanding officers to the training. Australia sent 10 army officers and soldiers and the U.S. sent five Marines and five army officers and soldiers.

联合训练以野战生存为课题,分技能交流和综合演练两个步骤实施。

The joint training is conducted in two phases including skills exchange and comprehensive exercise.

8月27日至9月6日为技能交流阶段,采取三方队员混合编组方式,共同学习交流生火、取水、获取食物、动植物识别等野战生存基本知识和自救互救等技能知识。

The skills exchange phase lasts from August 27 to September 6, during which team members of the three countries in mixed groups have exchanged basic field survival skills such as how to make fire, find water and food and how to identify animals and plants, as well as first aid knowledge.

9月7日开始在复杂气候条件下的野战生存综合演练,澳方邀请中、美高级代表团实地观摩。

The field survival comprehensive exercise under complex weather conditions began on September 7 and senior delegations from China and the U.S. were invited to observe the drill.

联合训练中,三方官兵共同面对澳大利亚野外恶劣气候条件和可能遭到的鳄鱼、毒蛇、毒虫攻击。

Officers and soldiers of the three countries have to deal with harsh outdoor weather conditions of Australia, and possible attacks by crocodiles, snakes and worms.

三方队员在共同战斗中结下深厚友谊,成为互相信任的团队。

Participants from three countries have formed deep friendship amid the exercise as they overcome difficulties together and fight side by side.

与近两次'科瓦里"相比, 中国参赛官兵今年在技能上得到了全面的提升,并和澳,美官兵取得了更好的交流成果。

Compared with the previous two Kowari exercises, the Chinese officers and soldiers this year have more advanced and comprehensive skills, and can have better communications with their counterparts from Australia and the United States.

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