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NSW seeks foreign weapons training

26th February 2019 - 14:05 GMT | by Scott Gourley in California

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US Naval Special Warfare Command representatives have announced the command’s intent to award a “Foreign Weapons course of instruction” (COI) contract, according to a 25 February announcement. 

The winning contractor will provide “the personnel, weapons, ammunition, facilities, management, and materials necessary to ensure all students are proficient and adequately trained in the use, assembly, disassembly, and troubleshooting procedures regarding foreign weapons.”

“A Foreign Weapons COI is mission essential to any deployment to foreign countries and critical for reducing risks identified [in support of] Operational Risk Management,” the announcement states, adding, “While advising and assisting foreign troops, members conducting Foreign Internal

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