A four-day military multi-event competition, Winter Survival 2015, held last week at the Hruby Jesenik Mountains, tested the physical abilities and decision-making skills of 14 Czech and three international three-member teams in overcoming track obstacles, testing survival skills, and typical military expertise such as firing arms or grenade launching.
The personnel of the 3rd Guard Company, who have already served more than one hundred days at the Bagram Air Field, have begun organising joint patrols with the Afghans guarding the largest Resolute Support base in Afghanistan, consequently establishing stronger professional relations with the units of the Afghan National Army (ANA).
The Czech Senate agrees to the dissolution of the Brdy Military Region, along with the downsizing of four other military regions
The House of Deputies, and the Senate of the Czech Parliament approved the dissolution bill for the Brdy Military Region, and the downsizing of the Libava, Boletice, Hradiste and Brezina Military Regions. The bill will come into effect on 1st January 2016, when it is agreed and signed by the President of the Czech Republic.
Having observed its international commitments, the Czech Republic has published its annual report on equipment size of the Czech Armed Forces and arms control measures.
Czechs to participate in the new 'Resolute Support' mission which replaces the ISAF operation in Afghanistan
In 2015, when the ISAF mission is completed, and training, advice and assistance for the Afghan security forces and institutions will continue through a new, follow-on NATO-led mission called 'Resolute Support',