FORT LAUDERDALE, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Urban warfare is coming to Broward County, and you won’t know it’s happening until you’re in the middle of it, or the traffic havoc it creates. From Broward Sheriff’s Office:
“Broward County law enforcement agencies are providing support for an urban training exercise during the next two weeks. The training will take place at different locations throughout the county. The purpose of the exercise is to provide U.S. Special Operations Forces with realistic urban sites for preparedness training. This routine training has been conducted by military personnel in cities across the country.
The sites have been carefully selected to minimize the impact on the daily routine of residents and visitors. Each training site will be secured to ensure the safety of the general public and the participants. Training sites will not be disclosed for this reason. If any members of the public learn of the training locations, we ask the public to remain clear of these areas while training is conducted.”
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