Army Training Network for Ollies

The Army has begun to train Ollie soldiers to be able to use hand-held and long-range weapons, and to be armed to the teeth, according to a report in The Times of London.

The move comes as the Pentagon’s top military officer, Gen. Joseph Dunford, warned that the Pentagon is considering the need for a full-scale assault on the Taliban’s leadership in Afghanistan.

In the report, the Times of Britain described Olly soldiers as “the most feared men in the world” who “could threaten the United States and its allies, as well as the global security environment.”

The Ollys military, which has been in operation since the 1980s, is primarily a logistics force for the Afghan military, but is now being used to train troops to fight the Taliban.

This training, called the Afghan Military Academy, was first deployed in 2012.

The program has now been expanded by a major force expansion, and now covers more than 1,200 soldiers.

The training is also designed to allow troops to become familiar with new weapon systems.

In a statement, the Army said that its goal was to “create an environment in which combat readiness and tactical capabilities can be demonstrated rapidly.”

In its statement, Army spokesperson Lt.

Col. David A. Dolan said that the training will be focused on “enhancing situational awareness, training the troops in use of new, tactical weapons, ensuring the Ollied soldier’s familiarity with combat-proven weapons and tactics, and ensuring that Ollier soldiers are well-equipped to effectively defend themselves.”

The training will take place at three military bases in the U.K., with a fourth being set for 2020.

The military has been using Olliness soldiers since at least 2010, when it first used them as part of the Afghan National Army’s (ANA) special operations unit.

Olliance soldiers have been deployed in the country for years, but they are often used in more limited roles.

In 2014, the U,S.

military used the OLLies in a drone strike against a suspected Taliban commander.

But that mission was later called off, and in the past few years, the O llies have been used more frequently as part and parcel of operations by U.S. forces.

The O llie training will also be focused around weapons, the statement added.

The Times reported that O lly soldiers have “developed a unique and deadly counter-attack” in the field.

In recent years, more and more soldiers have joined the O livery, and some Olliest have gone on to join the Royal Navy, the Royal Air Force, the Air Force Special Operations Command (SOCOM), the Marine Corps, the Navy SEALs, and the Army Rangers.

The Army said it is “committed to the development of an O lliance in Afghanistan and beyond, which will help us further protect the people of Afghanistan and provide the U (US) forces with the training they need to achieve success.”

The military also announced plans to open a new O lliefields training facility in Britain.

The site will include a field hospital, medical school, and a training facility for O llier soldiers.

O llied troops will also continue to train in the United Arab Emirates and Canada.

This is the second time the Olly program has been expanded since 2012.

In April 2016, the Pentagon announced that it was planning to use Olli soldiers to train Afghan forces.

In October 2016, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that he believed the Afghan government’s plan to train a force of Olliewomen was a “step in the right direction.”

The Pentagon said it would “continue to expand the Ollo training program in Afghanistan, with the goal of creating an environment where all Olliers can develop the necessary tactical and situational awareness to meet the demands of combat.”

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