Many countries are faced with cases of insecurity. The insecurities include terrorist attacks, gang violence and threats of government takeovers. In effect, countries have developed strong security protocols to prepare for war and maintain peace. That is why combatants are needed. Combatants, also known as troopers or fighters are a team of skilled soldiers trained to protect a nation against any security threats and in the event of wars. What differentiates civilians from combatants is that combatants are legally allowed to engage in wars during an international armed conflict. A number of combatants have families and can still have a normal social life while delivering their duties as soldiers.
History records events in which combatants played heroic roles. Men volunteered and accepted conscription into the army to protect their nations. Coping with war was not easy due to the numerous challenges they faced such as anxiety and responding to spontaneous wars. Nevertheless, strong willed and confident combatants fought and won wars. One of the events that stood out in which combatants fought for and brought peace worldwide, was the capture and killing of Bin Laden, the world’s most wanted terrorist. It took place on May 2011. It happened on the first of May,2011. It occurred on the first of May 2011. Learn more about news at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/News.
A well-trained team of combatants formed a seal team of six people and commenced the mission. The elimination of the terrorist, Bin Laden was a victory to the world leaders because he was the highest source of threat to the nations. It took years of training and planning to eventually embark and succeed on the mission. The team also invested both time and resources and further involved the intelligence team to ensure they were up to date with the movements of the target. One of those who participated in killing a renowned criminal, Bin Laden was Robert ONeill.
Rob ONiell worked as a navy seal operator after being recruited to the navy at the age of 19. His career in the navy has been marked with achievements and deployment to Afghanistan and Iraq since 1997. His workmates concur that he served with great distinction and was a great operator. His co-workers assent that he stood out in his service. His repute precedes him as he was part of the team that led to the defeat of Bin Laden. He is the example of how combatants are important in safeguarding a country’s interests and security. In addition, the recruitment of combatants includes all genders. This shows how combatants are objectively focused on achieving its goals. Including people sends out a message that everyone can be a peace and security maker. Indeed, combatants are the spearheads of peace and security.
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