MILITARY UNIVERSITY OF LAND FORCES  


The Military University of Land Forces hosted the ambassadors of France and Germany.  Cooperation was discussed. The ambassadors were accompanied by military attachés.

On 4 February of the current year, ambassadors of France and Germany, Pierre Lévy and Rolf Nikel, visited the Military University of Land Forces.  They were accompanied by military attachés: col. Philippe Abraham (France) and col. Anreas Meister (Germany).

The guests were welcomed by Rector Commandant of AWL, maj.  Brig. DSc Eng. Dariusz Skorupka, who then invited them to a meeting, during which main conclusions resulting from the implementation of educating and training German and French cadets at the University were discussed.  The subject of extending bilateral cooperation between the countries, in terms of didactic and training exchange, was also under discussion.

During their visit, the members of the diplomatic corps accredited in Poland became acquainted with the didactic and training base of the Military University of Land Forces.  The guests saw the innovative PACAST tactical simulation system, VBS3 (VirtualBattleSpace3), the "Śnieżnik" training system, the KTO Rosomak "Jaskier" driver training simulator, the "Aster" mobile platoon tactical simulator, and the newest purchase of the University, which supports the training system of officer cadets - the 40FT HC Indoor Mobile Container Shooting Range.

During the visit at the Academy, the French delegation met with 2 participants from the French Military Academy of Saint-Cyr Coëtquidan, who are currently doing an internship at our University. German ambassador and attaché participated in a concurrent meeting with German cadets studying at the Military University of Land Forces pursuant to a bilateral agreement between the Polish and German National Defense Ministries.

The final part of the visit at AWL was a gala luncheon with the management personnel of the University, during which the directions of the development of cooperation between the Universities were discussed.


 

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