Kenya toughens sea warfare team with more marine commandos

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Members of the Marine Commandos during a training by the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) as part of reinforcement for the Kenya Navy Special Forces.

What you need to know:
  • The commandos undertook a first-of-its-kind course which covered operational aspects including amphibious operations, land warfare, close quarter combat as well as combat search and rescue.
  • They will help create a serene environment in the blue economy, which is part of the national government’s big four agenda.
  • The Navy and the Kenya Coast Guard Service (KCGS) have increased patrols in the Indian Ocean to tame crimes including illegal fishing, drug trafficking and sea pollution.
The Kenya Navy Special Operations Squadron has received a major boost to its sea and land warfare operations after more marine commandos joined the team last week.

The new members graduated recently at a ceremony held at the Kenya Navy Fleet Mkunguni, Mtongwe Navy Base in Mombasa County.
The commandos undertook training which covered operational aspects including amphibious operations, land warfare, close quarter combat as well as combat search and rescue.

“To combat terrorism, the trainees are equipped with necessary skills and capabilities...to enhance a secure and safe environment,” said the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) in a statement.

The commandos are also expected to help create a stable environment in the blue economy, which is part of the national government’s Big Four agenda.

Their training was run by the Kenya Naval Training College. The commander, Major-General Jimson Mutai, said the “commandos’ vessel had set sail for a long voyage destined for greater heights” and that “there is no docking or looking back”.

“The storms might be dense and the tides may rise but the unforgiving natural calamities will not distract our vision in realisation of the set goals.”

Maritime sovereignty
The Kenya Navy announced in June that the elite force was undergoing training to tackle global warfare at sea.

“The Marine Commandos will inject real time asymmetric tactics and operations to tackle enemy actions. They will augment the existing Kenya Navy Special Forces and continue protecting Kenya's maritime domain from external aggression,” KDF said in an earlier statement.

The Navy and the Kenya Coast Guard Service (KCGS) have also increased patrols along the the Indian Ocean coast to tame illicit trade. The targets include illegal fishing, drug trafficking and sea pollution.

President Uhuru Kenyatta established KCGS with the core mandate of securing Kenya’s territorial waters, safeguarding the ports and preventing dumping of harmful waste in the sea.

The service also ensures vessels, seafarers and all sea users have licences for their operations, whether work, leisure or business.
It also offers search and rescue services and prevents illegal commercial activities like fishing, drug and human trafficking.

Kenya toughens sea warfare team with more marine commandos
 

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Members of the Marine Commandos during a training by the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) as part of reinforcement for the Kenya Navy Special Forces.

What you need to know:
  • The commandos undertook a first-of-its-kind course which covered operational aspects including amphibious operations, land warfare, close quarter combat as well as combat search and rescue.
  • They will help create a serene environment in the blue economy, which is part of the national government’s big four agenda.
  • The Navy and the Kenya Coast Guard Service (KCGS) have increased patrols in the Indian Ocean to tame crimes including illegal fishing, drug trafficking and sea pollution.
The Kenya Navy Special Operations Squadron has received a major boost to its sea and land warfare operations after more marine commandos joined the team last week.

The new members graduated recently at a ceremony held at the Kenya Navy Fleet Mkunguni, Mtongwe Navy Base in Mombasa County.
The commandos undertook training which covered operational aspects including amphibious operations, land warfare, close quarter combat as well as combat search and rescue.

“To combat terrorism, the trainees are equipped with necessary skills and capabilities...to enhance a secure and safe environment,” said the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) in a statement.

The commandos are also expected to help create a stable environment in the blue economy, which is part of the national government’s Big Four agenda.

Their training was run by the Kenya Naval Training College. The commander, Major-General Jimson Mutai, said the “commandos’ vessel had set sail for a long voyage destined for greater heights” and that “there is no docking or looking back”.

“The storms might be dense and the tides may rise but the unforgiving natural calamities will not distract our vision in realisation of the set goals.”

Maritime sovereignty
The Kenya Navy announced in June that the elite force was undergoing training to tackle global warfare at sea.

“The Marine Commandos will inject real time asymmetric tactics and operations to tackle enemy actions. They will augment the existing Kenya Navy Special Forces and continue protecting Kenya's maritime domain from external aggression,” KDF said in an earlier statement.

The Navy and the Kenya Coast Guard Service (KCGS) have also increased patrols along the the Indian Ocean coast to tame illicit trade. The targets include illegal fishing, drug trafficking and sea pollution.

President Uhuru Kenyatta established KCGS with the core mandate of securing Kenya’s territorial waters, safeguarding the ports and preventing dumping of harmful waste in the sea.

The service also ensures vessels, seafarers and all sea users have licences for their operations, whether work, leisure or business.
It also offers search and rescue services and prevents illegal commercial activities like fishing, drug and human trafficking.

Kenya toughens sea warfare team with more marine commandos
Waswahili wana sema ukiiga kunya kwa Tembo utachanika msamba sasa ninacho kiona hapo ni developing county wanaiga njia za developed country. Ss applicability ya hayo mafunzo. Ni ZERO
 

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Kenya ni wapuuzi sana, wao kujiona wazungu ndio sifa. Ona mwanajeshi tena special force kavaa t-shirt imeandikwa Navy SEAL kifuani. Hivi hata makamanda wake hawajamuona?

Tanzania huwezi kuta mwanajeshi akijivunia taifa la kigeni. Ndio maana makomandoo wa Kenya ni mabingwa wa kuiba biscuits kwenye mall.
 

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Kenya ni wapuuzi sana, wao kujiona wazungu ndio sifa. Ona mwanajeshi tena special force kavaa t-shirt imeandikwa Navy SEAL kifuani. Hivi hata makamanda wake hawajamuona?

Tanzania huwezi kuta mwanajeshi akijivunia taifa la kigeni. Ndio maana makomandoo wa Kenya ni mabingwa wa kuiba biscuits kwenye mall.
Hawa wanapata mafunzo kutoka kwa navy seals wa marekani. 2010 iliripotiwa Kenya inatengeneza kikosi kipya cha wanajeshi wa maji watakao itwa"Naval special warfare group 4" ambao watapata mafunzo kutoka Navy seal ya marekani na Royal marines wa UK.

Jina ndiyo imegeuzwa ikatiwa "Navy special operations squadron" ikiwa na utalaam sawiya na Kenya Army special operations regiment ambao walichukua mji wa kismayo kutoka kwa mikono ya al shabaab wakiwa wanajeshi 100 tu, huku wakisaidiwa na meli za Kenya navy iliyotupa makombora kutoka kwenye meli ikipiga mji huo.

Kwa hivyo akivaa t-shirt ya navy seal ni sawa kwa vile hao ndiyo wanawapea mafunzo na wamekuwa marafiki, mbona uchungu hivyo?
 

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Kenya ni wapuuzi sana, wao kujiona wazungu ndio sifa. Ona mwanajeshi tena special force kavaa t-shirt imeandikwa Navy SEAL kifuani. Hivi hata makamanda wake hawajamuona?

Tanzania huwezi kuta mwanajeshi akijivunia taifa la kigeni. Ndio maana makomandoo wa Kenya ni mabingwa wa kuiba biscuits kwenye mall.
Tuko hata na kikosi cha special operations ndani ya polisi ya Kenya. Inaitwa "recce" , ambao hupata mafunzo ya kivita kutoka Israel na kikosi ya IDF (Israel Defense Forces) inayoitwa sayeret matkal.
Kuna kikosi ingine ya polisi inayoitwa "special warfare force" wanaopata mafunzo ya kivita kutoka kwa british sas.

Hawa niliokutajia sio jeshi ni polisi lakini ni special units wa polisi.
 

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Tuko hata na kikosi cha special operations ndani ya polisi ya Kenya. Inaitwa "recce" , ambao hupata mafunzo ya kivita kutoka Israel na kikosi ya IDF (Israel Defense Forces) inayoitwa sayeret matkal.
Kuna kikosi ingine ya polisi inayoitwa "special warfare force" wanaopata mafunzo ya kivita kutoka kwa british sas.

Hawa niliokutajia sio jeshi ni polisi lakini ni special units wa polisi.
Hao ndio wale wanatembea na marungu makubwa na kuchapa bakora watu kipindi hii ya curfew?
 

T14 Armata

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Hawa wanapata mafunzo kutoka kwa navy seals wa marekani. 2010 iliripotiwa Kenya inatengeneza kikosi kipya cha wanajeshi wa maji watakao itwa"Naval special warfare group 4" ambao watapata mafunzo kutoka Navy seal ya marekani na Royal marines wa UK.

Jina ndiyo imegeuzwa ikatiwa "Navy special operations squadron" ikiwa na utalaam sawiya na Kenya Army special operations regiment ambao walichukua mji wa kismayo kutoka kwa mikono ya al shabaab wakiwa wanajeshi 100 tu, huku wakisaidiwa na meli za Kenya navy iliyotupa makombora kutoka kwenye meli ikipiga mji huo.

Kwa hivyo akivaa t-shirt ya navy seal ni sawa kwa vile hao ndiyo wanawapea mafunzo na wamekuwa marafiki, mbona uchungu hivyo?
Ulishawahi ona US Delta Forces wakivaa sare za SAS ya Britain? Maana wao ndio waliwafundisha.

Tanzania tunafundishwa na China, Russia na nchi nyingine kibao. Kwa hiyo na sisi tuvae sare zao?

Burundi, Congo DR na Uganda wanaleta makamanda wao kupata mafunzo hapa nchini. Nao unataka wavae sare zetu?

Marekani inafundisha majeshi kama Japan, South Korea, Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, etc. Huwezi wakuta wanavaa sare zake.

Huo ni ulimbukeni. Jeshi halitakiwi kuonesha maaba kwa jeshi la nchi nyingine, linatakiwa kujiamini katika uwezo wake. Huwezi kuta Al-Shabaab maasimu wenu wamevaa camouflage ya jeshi lolote.
 

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Tuko hata na kikosi cha special operations ndani ya polisi ya Kenya. Inaitwa "recce" , ambao hupata mafunzo ya kivita kutoka Israel na kikosi ya IDF (Israel Defense Forces) inayoitwa sayeret matkal.
Kuna kikosi ingine ya polisi inayoitwa "special warfare force" wanaopata mafunzo ya kivita kutoka kwa british sas.

Hawa niliokutajia sio jeshi ni polisi lakini ni special units wa polisi.
Ni vizuri sana kwa ajili ya usalama wa ndani.
Kwa nini mnawatumia SAS na Sayeret Matkar ambazo ni military units kutrain police. Its like kuwaita SWAT waje kuwafundisha kufyatua rockets wakati wao ni police na rockets sio speciality yao.
 

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Members of the Marine Commandos during a training by the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) as part of reinforcement for the Kenya Navy Special Forces.

What you need to know:
  • The commandos undertook a first-of-its-kind course which covered operational aspects including amphibious operations, land warfare, close quarter combat as well as combat search and rescue.
  • They will help create a serene environment in the blue economy, which is part of the national government’s big four agenda.
  • The Navy and the Kenya Coast Guard Service (KCGS) have increased patrols in the Indian Ocean to tame crimes including illegal fishing, drug trafficking and sea pollution.
The Kenya Navy Special Operations Squadron has received a major boost to its sea and land warfare operations after more marine commandos joined the team last week.

The new members graduated recently at a ceremony held at the Kenya Navy Fleet Mkunguni, Mtongwe Navy Base in Mombasa County.
The commandos undertook training which covered operational aspects including amphibious operations, land warfare, close quarter combat as well as combat search and rescue.

“To combat terrorism, the trainees are equipped with necessary skills and capabilities...to enhance a secure and safe environment,” said the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) in a statement.

The commandos are also expected to help create a stable environment in the blue economy, which is part of the national government’s Big Four agenda.

Their training was run by the Kenya Naval Training College. The commander, Major-General Jimson Mutai, said the “commandos’ vessel had set sail for a long voyage destined for greater heights” and that “there is no docking or looking back”.

“The storms might be dense and the tides may rise but the unforgiving natural calamities will not distract our vision in realisation of the set goals.”

Maritime sovereignty
The Kenya Navy announced in June that the elite force was undergoing training to tackle global warfare at sea.

“The Marine Commandos will inject real time asymmetric tactics and operations to tackle enemy actions. They will augment the existing Kenya Navy Special Forces and continue protecting Kenya's maritime domain from external aggression,” KDF said in an earlier statement.

The Navy and the Kenya Coast Guard Service (KCGS) have also increased patrols along the the Indian Ocean coast to tame illicit trade. The targets include illegal fishing, drug trafficking and sea pollution.

President Uhuru Kenyatta established KCGS with the core mandate of securing Kenya’s territorial waters, safeguarding the ports and preventing dumping of harmful waste in the sea.

The service also ensures vessels, seafarers and all sea users have licences for their operations, whether work, leisure or business.
It also offers search and rescue services and prevents illegal commercial activities like fishing, drug and human trafficking.

Kenya toughens sea warfare team with more marine commandos
😂😂😂😂😂😂👇👇
KDF Soldiers Hid In The Grass And Left The Americans Alone
 

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Tuko hata na kikosi cha special operations ndani ya polisi ya Kenya. Inaitwa "recce" , ambao hupata mafunzo ya kivita kutoka Israel na kikosi ya IDF (Israel Defense Forces) inayoitwa sayeret matkal.
Kuna kikosi ingine ya polisi inayoitwa "special warfare force" wanaopata mafunzo ya kivita kutoka kwa british sas.

Hawa niliokutajia sio jeshi ni polisi lakini ni special units wa polisi.
😂😂😂😂KDF Soldiers Hid In The Grass And Left The Americans Alone
 

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Kenya ni wapuuzi sana, wao kujiona wazungu ndio sifa. Ona mwanajeshi tena special force kavaa t-shirt imeandikwa Navy SEAL kifuani. Hivi hata makamanda wake hawajamuona?

Tanzania huwezi kuta mwanajeshi akijivunia taifa la kigeni. Ndio maana makomandoo wa Kenya ni mabingwa wa kuiba biscuits kwenye mall.
 

Kevin85ify

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Ulishawahi ona US Delta Forces wakivaa sare za SAS ya Britain? Maana wao ndio waliwafundisha.

Tanzania tunafundishwa na China, Russia na nchi nyingine kibao. Kwa hiyo na sisi tuvae sare zao?

Burundi, Congo DR na Uganda wanaleta makamanda wao kupata mafunzo hapa nchini. Nao unataka wavae sare zetu?

Marekani inafundisha majeshi kama Japan, South Korea, Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, etc. Huwezi wakuta wanavaa sare zake.

Huo ni ulimbukeni. Jeshi halitakiwi kuonesha maaba kwa jeshi la nchi nyingine, linatakiwa kujiamini katika uwezo wake. Huwezi kuta Al-Shabaab maasimu wenu wamevaa camouflage ya jeshi lolote.
i) US Delta Forces are not trained by british sas.
ii) Wearing a t-shirt from an ally during training is not illegal, american soldiers have been seen wearing t-shirts from the royal marines and vice versa.
iii) British military paratroopers here in Kenya have also been seen wearing KDF t-shirts and vice versa.
 

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