Serbia- Members of Special Operations Command Europe conducted the first-ever Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET) with the Serbian Special Anti-Terrorist Unit (SAJ) here Nov. 23 through Dec. 13.
The fourteen-day JCET is designed to give U.S Special Operations Forces an opportunity to conduct combined exercises with foreign security forces in a variety of areas to sharpen and enhance both U.S. SOF and host-nation skills.
“The JCET the U.S. SEALs conducted in Serbia was extremely important to promoting U.S. interests in Serbia,” stated Lt. Col. Corey Shea, Chief of Defense Cooperation at U.S. Embassy Belgrade. “The most important outcome of this event was the enhancement of the capabilities of the SAJ in Serbia.”
Source: United States European Command