The Army has formally dismissed its commander of the South Australian Special Reserve Regiment.
Key points:A statement from the Army read:The Special Reserve has been conducting operations in the South Asian region for the past 10 yearsThe unit was disbanded on Wednesday and the unit will be decommissioned in 2018.
Key Points:The unit has been operating in the region for 10 years, but will be disbanded in 2018The unit will remain in active serviceThe SRCBs operations will be conducted on a ‘full rotational basis’The commander of one of the units will now be relieved of command.
The SA Police Service (SAPS) said in a statement on Wednesday the South African Police Service would “take appropriate action”.
The statement said a full rotational exercise of the SRCs unit was being conducted on the South Coast in the next few days.
The South Australian Police Service said the SRA was disbanded in February.
The Special Service is a unit of the Special Reserve, which is tasked with assisting the military in the field of policing.
It is based in the Adelaide suburb of Morang.
The SRA has also served in Afghanistan, in Iraq, in South Sudan, in the Philippines, in Libya, and in the Middle East.
In October 2016, a man, believed to be the SRS commander, was shot and killed in Morang while attempting to arrest a member of a criminal gang.
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