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What I noticed is that Jandarma has formed Environment Protection units (sth like US Park Rangers maybe?) and they are using the old helicopters for vehicle traffic observation. Also, when did they get Black Hornet-like miniature UAVs? Does anyone know what is the model used by Jandarma?

I think when they fully split up from the military after the coup, they started making real nice PR efforts. Hope the Armed Forces can learn from them.
 

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What I noticed is that Jandarma has formed Environment Protection units (sth like US Park Rangers maybe?) and they are using the old helicopters for vehicle traffic observation. Also, when did they get Black Hornet-like miniature UAVs? Does anyone know what is the model used by Jandarma?

I think when they fully split up from the military after the coup, they started making real nice PR efforts. Hope the Armed Forces can learn from them.
Pakistan badly needs to have a force as well resourced, trained as Jandarma.
 

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Still love this gem.



Every conflict region needs them, they are essential in the fight against terrorism.
They look mean. Did I tell you my brother whose in the police has applied for transfer to the ARV or Armed Response Units? His going to begin ARV training next month. He got sick of dealing with pub brawls, drunks and domestics and vehicle accidents.


 

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What I noticed is that Jandarma has formed Environment Protection units (sth like US Park Rangers maybe?) and they are using the old helicopters for vehicle traffic observation. Also, when did they get Black Hornet-like miniature UAVs? Does anyone know what is the model used by Jandarma?

I think when they fully split up from the military after the coup, they started making real nice PR efforts. Hope the Armed Forces can learn from them.
Still love this gem.



Every conflict region needs them, they are essential in the fight against terrorism.

I really hope that Erdogan did not purge the good elements in the JANDARAMA after the coup attempt in 2016

They look mean. Did I tell you my brother whose in the police has applied for transfer to the ARV or Armed Response Units? His going to begin ARV training next month. He got sick of dealing with pub brawls, drunks and domestics and vehicle accidents.


Badd *** Police units here in the States are the State Troopers which each state has but NYPD Counter Terror ops is nice too
 

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They look mean. Did I tell you my brother whose in the police has applied for transfer to the ARV or Armed Response Units? His going to begin ARV training next month. He got sick of dealing with pub brawls, drunks and domestics and vehicle accidents.


Yup you mentioned me the day he became an officer and i congratulated him. :)
 

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They look mean. Did I tell you my brother whose in the police has applied for transfer to the ARV or Armed Response Units? His going to begin ARV training next month. He got sick of dealing with pub brawls, drunks and domestics and vehicle accidents.
I thought "unarmed policing" was the core of the policing culture in the UK ? :enjoy:

What led him to apply for armed response units ? ARV missions and tasks are more exciting,differents or something ?
 

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I thought "unarmed policing" was the core of the policing culture in the UK ?
It is. But for the guys and girls making the thin blue line it's not fun. Drunks, pub brawls, domestics, drunk women asking for phone numbers is apparently not fun after few months. In addition the paperwork that goes with it, not to mention continous provocation by the public ~ in this case being called "P", spitting, abuse thrown at parents can be testy. He tells me the "pakee" does not knock a stir out of him but some drunks after they get cuffed launch all sort of abuse including against "your mum is ***" that he obviously really struggles to hold back. Month back he did a shift with ARV guys on active operation and he liked it. Most of the day they drive around in BMW X5s and since gun incidents are rare typical shift is chilled out. and if there is trouble units of ARV's arrive in minutes. So not a bad deal. ARV's do not deal with most of the mundane stuff. So he figure two years in ARV will clock his time to qualify for promotion.
 

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It is. But for the guys and girls making the thin blue line it's not fun. Drunks, pub brawls, domestics, drunk women asking for phone numbers is apparently not fun after few months. In addition the paperwork that goes with it, not to mention continous provocation by the public ~ in this case being called "P", spitting, abuse thrown at parents can be testy. He tells me the "pakee" does not knock a stir out of him but some drunks after they get cuffed launch all sort of abuse including against "your mum is ***" that he obviously really struggles to hold back. Month back he did a shift with ARV guys on active operation and he liked it. Most of the day they drive around in BMW X5s and since gun incidents are rare typical shift is chilled out. and if there is trouble units of ARV's arrive in minutes. So not a bad deal. ARV's do not deal with most of the mundane stuff. So he figure two years in ARV will clock his time to qualify for promotion.
Does he have to deal with Wahhabi street preaches thats a problem in the UK I dont see that here in the States
 

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