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Pack animals - the German Mountain Infantry Brigade

18 févr. 2019 14:08

Synopsis

The German Mountain Infantry Brigade are the last brigade in the Bundeswehr that use horses and mules. The mules are used to carry heavy loads and supplies to troops in the mountains. To work together as successfully as possible, the bond between soldier and animal must be very strong. Previously, the brigade was deployed on NATO missions in Kosovo and Afghanistan. Learn how man and animal work together while out on deployment in the mountains. Footage includes various shots of members of the German Mountain Infantry Brigade working together with their mules during exercise Mountain Lion in the Alps.

Teaser

“If you are good to the mules, the mules will be good to you.” Learn how the soldiers from the German Mountain Infantry Brigade use mules to supply troops in remote places.

Indicateurs média

Référence
NATO748058
Date du tournage
12 juil. 2018 12:00
Droits d'utilisation
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Type
International version