VILNIUS - Almost 400 recruits from the Lithuanian Great Duke Kestutis Mechanised Infantry Battalion are taking oaths in Taurage, western Lithuania, today.
The event commenced with a church service, followed by a march to the city's central Pilies Square for the oath ceremony.
In the early weeks of training, recruits attend a basic course, which is comprised if theoretical classes, formations and military statute, military tactic, and lessons about weapons and means of communication. Following the course, they will continue onto a specialist phase to...
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