Training Organized To Insure Safety Of Iraqi Legal Judges
The newly established Iraqi judicial service has at times been under different threats from terrorists, and different criminal and insurgency elements. But the coalition has made sure that the fledgling judicial Iraqi court system is secure.
As part of the ongoing transfer of responsibility, the US and coalition soldiers have been working to train selected members and units, and give them the training that is necessary for them to keep the judges and court officers safe.
The Al Qaim Court system has a individual, private security detachment that is made up of Viking red section US Marine individuals, part of Marine Regiment Combat Team 2. They are working diligently to train their eventual replacements, dealing with all different types of security threats.
The personnel that have been selected as replacements has been doing very well, and working to learn all of the skill sets that they require. Part of making sure that the nation of Iraq heals has been giving the different areas of the government and society the ability, and then stepping aside and letting them grow.
This process is very successful, but occasionally it does result in team members ?bumping their heads? as part of the learning process. There have been no real issues, but it has been a learning experience for everyone involved.