Steeled to fight
Updated: 2011-08-02 08:18
By Wang Jing (China Daily)
Soldiers of the special mission unit combat each other in a training session.
They are drenched after every daily training session.
They practice entering a building from a rooftop.
As a member of the special force, one has to master kungfu.
Soldiers cheer at the end of a training session.
They are China's Delta Force. The Jinan Military Command's well-equipped special mission unit is an extremely versatile group capable of completing various land, sea and air tasks. This special force was part of the Sino-Russian joint drills in 2005, and the Beijing Olympics in 2008, besides helping in search-and-rescue operations, completing all tasks
successfully. Just before Army Day on Sunday, China Daily's photographer Wang Jing zoomed in on their strict daily training.
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