Soldiers from the Royal Engineers teach Kenyan Engineers

Soldiers from Catterick based 32 Engineer Regiment, Royal Engineers teach Kenyan Engineers how to prepare explosive charges during EX ASKARI STORM in Kenya.

The Royal Engineers delivered a field lesson to the Kenyan Defense Force (KDF) troops on how the charge is constructed and safely detonated. The KDF then put this into practice by building their own confidence charges (comprising of a burning fuse and plastic explosives - PE8).

The Royal Engineers were on hand to give advice throughout, again demonstrating the close working relationship between the British Army and African partner nations.