China defeat US in 6th annual Warrior Competition held in Jordan

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    Three Chinese teams - the Snow Leopards of the People's Armed Police Force and the Special Operations Units of both the PAPF Xinjiang and Sichuan Corps - participated in this year's WARRIOR COMPETITION held at the KASOTC facility in Jordan, taking the bulk of the trophies with the Snow Leopards being declared overall winners. In total 35 teams competed in eleven gritty events over five days in temperatures of well over 30C at the peak before the event ended today.
    C&S Magazine will cover the WARRIOR COMPETITION in detail a little later in the year.

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    Participating Teams, 6th annual warrior copmetetion, 2014


    April 30th - May 5th, 2014 in Amman, Jordan

    Palestine, National Security Forces - Palestine 101
    Palestine, National Security Forces - Palestine 77
    Jordan, Gendarmerie - Unit 14
    Palestine, Presidential Guards / PGIG
    Slovakia, ISHct LEST, MOS SLOVAKIA
    Jordan, Special Police Command ( PSD 1)
    Canada, Canadian Special Operations Regiment (CSOR)
    KAZAKHSTAN, KAZAKHASTAN SFG UNIT 32356
    KAZAKHSTAN, KAZAKHASTAN SFG UNIT 22750
    Afghanistan, GDPCU
    Brunei, Special Forces Regiment
    Lebanon, Internal Security Forces
    Netherland, NLMARSOF, Maritime Special Operations Force
    USA, San Mateo County Terrorism Counter Assault Team (TCAT)
    Lebanon, I.D.S.F (Information Department Special Forces)
    Lebanon, Black Panthers
    USA, 22d MEU - Team 1
    USA, 22d MEU - Team 2
    China, Snow Leopard Unit of The Chinese People›s Armed Police Force
    China, Special Operation Unit of the PAPF Xinjiang Corps
    China, Special Operation Unit of the PAPF Sichuan Corps
    UAE, Abu Dhabi Police - Department F 7
    Russia, Force Police Unit «LYNX» of the Ministry of Internal Aairs of Russia
    Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan NSCSF
    Palestine, Palestine Police Forces (SPF) , «SPF 194» Team
    Iraq, Iraq Special Operation Forces
    Malaysia, Malaysian Armed Forces Special Forces
    Pakistan, Northern Light Infantry Light Commando Battalion (NLI LCB)
    KSA, Brigade 64 - Special Forces - Team 1
    KSA, Brigade 64 - Special Forces – Team 2
    Jordan, Royal Guards
    Lebanon, Lebanese Armed Forces - Team 1
    Lebanon, Lebanese Armed Forces – Team 2
    Bahrain, Royal Special Forces
    Jordan, CT UNIT 71st Special Battalion
    Jordan, GID
    KSA, Royal Guards
    Iraq, Iraqi Counter Terrorism Forces



    no Indian team
     

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