DCI to Train Malaysian Army

28 February 2011 (Last Updated February 28th, 2011 18:30)

DCI-Cofras, the land component of Défense Conseil International (DCI) group, has set-up a tactical course for the Malaysian Army to provide training and concepts of operational use on foreign equipment. The course is aimed at the integration of the airmobile dimension, at heterogeneo

DCI-Cofras, the land component of Défense Conseil International (DCI) group, has set-up a tactical course for the Malaysian Army to provide training and concepts of operational use on foreign equipment.

The course is aimed at the integration of the airmobile dimension, at heterogeneous module level (helicopters with different or differentiated functions) into air land manoeuvre planning and conduct.

The training course provided to the army will include the tactical employment of helicopters by day and at night using night-vision goggles.

The army will be trained on the Malaysian A109 LOH to understand the added value that helicopters contribute to joint operations, up to patrol level.