Here Is An Operation That Only Kenya Special Forces Has Done In The Whole Of Africa, See Photos
By Kenyanewszjunky | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 12447 views
Operation Linda Inchi, was a turning point for Kenya Defense Forces. Their abilities were put to test and sure they have shown exemplary performance since then. Deployment of regular soldiers and their highly trained special forces has pictured KDF as one of the best military in African civilization.
Conducted under the cover of darkness, Elite soldiers had to defy the unforgiving weather conditions of strong sea winds and high tides.
“Only two hours after landing, the Special Forces took control of Kismayu University and the old airport until ground troops arrived” Special Force from Paratrooper unit told The Nation.
The operation that led to successful capture of Kismayu Port, Kismayu University, Kismayu Old Airport, and the new Kismayu Airport was codenamed Operation Sledge Hammer. African Criminology Journal notes that it was the first of its kind to have been carried out by any military in Africa.
The Commandos used a seaborne also known as an amphibious landing to the enter the port and secure the landing points undetected. For record this was happening without gunshots. Militants had to run away and those few who resisted was neutralized without much drama.
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