Photo Of The Day is TFB’s place where you can unwind and just enjoy interesting pictures for a while. While the rest of this blog is stacked with new releases, information and reviews, you can just enjoy the tranquility and beautiful pictures here. We’ve been doing it since 2014 and keep on going, every day of the year. On offer today are images of the Serbian Police from the Special Anti-Terrorist Unit (SAJ) and U.S. Army Green Berets as they conduct a Joint Combined Exchange Training in Goč, Serbia, June 28 – July 9, 2021. The JCET aims to improve planning, maneuvering, and crisis response for Serbian and U.S. forces in mountainous terrain.
According to Wikipedia the structure of SAJ and their four teams: “A”, “B”, “C” and “D” is as follows:
The “first fist” is represented by teams “A” and “B” that solve complicated hostile situations, dropping in jets, buses, breaking into barred objects, arresting dangerous and armed persons and criminals. Team C is specialized and consists of: Sniper Group, Diving Group, Dog Training Group, Mine Explosive Substances and Biological and Chemical Products (BHS).
Shooting a Glock on steel targets.
Photo by Sgt. Monique ONeill, U.S. Special Operations Command Europe