The British ministry of defence confirmed Wednesday that army operations at British Military Coaching Unit Suffield (BATUS), which have been in place since 1972, will stay operational.
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Studies from British media on Tuesday stated the longstanding coaching base could be shifting its operations to the Center East.
“We aren’t closing British Military Coaching Unit Suffield (BATUS),” a spokesperson with the ministry of defence instructed International Information. “Canada is among the UK’s closest allies and continues to be a significant coaching base for the British Military.”
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Whereas confirming operations would proceed in Alberta, the ministry of defence stated the British Military is restructuring “to be lighter, extra agile and extra deadly to fulfill the threats of the long run,” which would come with rebalancing of auto fleets to take care of threats and concentrate on Europe’s armoured forces.
To stay according to defence priorities, the ministry stated armoured coaching could also be flexed to areas equivalent to Oman.
It would work with the federal authorities and Canadian Armed Forces in reviewing base actions at BATUS.
With a coaching space of two,700 sq. kilometres, BATUS has greater than 1,000 automobiles, 400 everlasting employees and 1,000 short-term employees.
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