Green Berets from the U.S. Army’s 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) have recently completed a two-month Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET) with the Spanish Army’s Grupo Especial de Operaciones in Alicante, Spain. The combined exercise focused on various combat and unconventional warfare skills. These training events are aimed at fostering mutual understanding, enhancing tactical capabilities, and building strong bonds between the allied forces.
- The JCET took place near Alicante, Spain, and lasted for nearly two months.
- Training exercises included long-range marksmanship, mission planning, urban warfare, rappelling, and more.
- Lt. Col. Kevin Bowman emphasized that JCETs help in building invaluable bonds and understanding between participating countries.
- The training strengthened interoperability between U.S. Green Berets and Spanish Special Forces, enhancing their combined tactical capabilities.
- Conducting JCETs with allies like Spain is crucial for future collaboration in potential global scenarios.