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Czech Military to provide training to Iraqi pilots

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World Aviation Defense & Security News - Czech Republic
 
 
Czech Military to provide training to Iraqi pilots
 
The Czech Defense Ministry says it has signed a deal with Iraq to provide training to 31 helicopter pilots from the Iraqi air force. The ministry says the training in the Czech city of Pardubice will take 12 months and is scheduled to start early next year. Iraqi is facing a militant uprising and needs international military help.
     
The Czech Defense Ministry says it has signed a deal with Iraq to provide training to 31 helicopter pilots from the Iraqi air force. The ministry says the training in the Czech city of Pardubice will take 12 months and is scheduled to start early next year. Iraqi is facing a militant uprising and needs international military help.
Czech Republic will train 31 pilots from Iraqi Air Force
     

The ministry has already agreed to sell to Iraq 15 Czech-made L-159 light combat planes, and the Czech government has approved a plan to provide the Kurdish military with 500 metric tons of ammunition to fight Islamic State militants. The delivery of the ammunition begins Thursday.

Next week, the Czech Interior ministry is expected to announce details of another plan to send Czech officers to Iraq to rain Kurdish police.