UK reservists train Ugandan soldiers

September 2013
African Business News;9/9/2013, p33
The article reports that soldiers of the Ugandan People's Defence Force are being trained by Great Britain Army reservists. The Ugandan soldiers are trained by the British 4th Battalion the Mercian Regiment (4 MERCIAN) to use AK47 rifles and keeping out of sight in the sweltering equatorial sun as part of a wider effort to increase the role of the British Reserve Forces.


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