Paraguay’s Joint Task Force (FTC) is working to prevent the terrorist Paraguayan People’s Army (EPP) and the Armed Peasant Association (ACA) from recruiting children and adolescents.
Panamá President Juan Carlos Varela’s administration is taking aim at gangs with a two-pronged strategy that includes strong law enforcement efforts with rehabilitation initiatives and social integration opportunities for those who wish to reject a life o
A Guatemalan socialite and businesswoman who allegedly ran one of the largest drug trafficking and money laundering rings in Central America is in custody in a U.S. prison.
Bolivia’s Special Force in the War on Drugs (FELCN) is intensifying security operations –“fighting organizations of organized crime throughout Bolivia’s Amazon,” in the words of FELCN chief Mario Centellas.
The Brazilian Armed Forces recently launched an initiative to improve security along the country’s borders.
In a joint operation, the Colombian Navy and Air Force recently seized a submersible vessel that terrorists were constructing in the Department of Nariño.
Every Sunday, about 2,700 Guatemalan army reservists report to their barracks to prepare for their weekend military training, which focuses on physical exercise, firearms practice, and how to provide humanitarian assistance.
By Lorena Baires
Something as seemingly insignificant as a battery could change a battlefield outcome. Staff Sgt. José R. Salcedo III learned this one night in Afghanistan. Alkaline batteries were to blame for his sight shutting down during a critical moment.
The Colombian military industry has created the first pistol completely developed and produced in the country.
Forces in Sports ties together sports, nutrition, and educational instruction. The youngsters are coached and mentored by military personnel from 67 Army units, 22 Air Force units, and 21 Naval units.
Involving marines, sailors, airmen and soldiers, encompassing 17 ships, two submarines and 19 countries and other partner nations, the multinational littoral exercise Bold Alligator (BA) 2014 ended this Monday (10) at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
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Peruvian Army Captures 2 Alleged Members of Shining Path Terrorist Group
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Zeus Command Troops Improve Public Safety in El Salvador
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