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Nigerian Army changes tactics, to train officers on military operations other than war  


Rayyan Alhassan
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The 81 Division, Nigerian Army, said on Friday that it would organise a 5-day Operational Planning Cadre (training) for officers within Lagos and Ogun states.

According to the spokesperson, Lt.-Col. Olaolu Daudue, the training is designed to improve the operational planning skills of commanders and staff officers in both Joint and Single Service operations.

“It is also to enhance synergy, professionalism and expose the officers to aspects of Military Operations Other Than War (MOOTW), estimate process and other related subjects, among other things.

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“The training with its theme: `Sustaining Capacity Building as Key to Successful Conduct of MOOTW’, is for officers within the 81 Division Area of Responsibility, which covers Lagos and Ogun states.

“The training, beginning from April 1 to 5, will also involve Corps Headquarters, Army Headquarters Departments, and Nigerian Army schools as well as sister services, paramilitary agencies, and parastatals located therein,” he said.

Other objectives of the cadre are to revise and update participants in operational planning procedures as well as promote robust partnership among security agencies.


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