Brazilian marine demonstrates the capabilities of its UN-certified quick reaction force

In July 2021, UN inspectors were in Rio de Janeiro to assess the performance of the Marine Corps Rapid Reaction Force.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's recent certification as a Level 3 Quick Reaction Force (QRF) company by the United Nations once again confirmed the professionalism of the Brazilian Marine Corps.

The Brazilian Marine Force, which received the highest and unprecedented UN certification, demonstrated its capabilities at the Ilha do Governador Naval Complex in Rio de Janeiro (RJ).

The 220 men and women (at least 10% of the force must be female) stationed at Ilha do Governador are trained, equipped, and equipped to conduct peace enforcement operations in any scenario, including a confrontation with opposing forces and the Pro Adsumus . . .

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