Special Forces troops train Nigerian infantry for fight against Boko Haram, ISIS

A dozen U.S. troops just wrapped up a seven-week trip to Nigeria, where they trained local soldiers in advanced infantry tactics that, in all likelihood, they’ll use to beat back religious extremist terror in their country.

The soldiers, some Green Berets from Fort Bragg’s Security Assistance Training Management Organization and some infantrymen from 1st Brigade, 10th Mountain Division, visited the Nigerian Army Infantry School to train 200 soldiers from the 26th Infantry Battalion.

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Source: Army Times