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    Quote Originally Posted by Kira
    Guys,

    The LIM CHU KANG one is the SAF's new training area for FIBUA. No a good idea to go as breaching charges and pyrotechnics are used when training are conducted there. It'll be difficult for the SAF to train there if they have to chase out civilians everytime before their training. Unless you guys want to be part of the training by providing the soldiers with some CMR training element. :P
    Yes agree... fibua sometimes make some ppl go somewhat trigger happy

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    dont mind me askin - cuz i wuz frm scdf - whats FIBUA?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kira
    Guys,

    The LIM CHU KANG one is the SAF's new training area for FIBUA. No a good idea to go as breaching charges and pyrotechnics are used when training are conducted there. It'll be difficult for the SAF to train there if they have to chase out civilians everytime before their training. Unless you guys want to be part of the training by providing the soldiers with some CMR training element. :P
    Perhaps you should refer to the earlier posts of this thread, we did concurred about that fact and had decided that the Lim Chu Kang Road Housing Estate is out of our plan.

    In fact, we just organised an outing to the Seletar West Farmway 6 Housing Estate. The thread: http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=140516

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParkertR
    dont mind me askin - cuz i wuz frm scdf - whats FIBUA?
    Fighting In Built-Up Area (pronounced "fee-buah")
    If you haven't noticed, most SAF trainings focus on the jungle. Using old housing estates to conduct FIBUA training gives the soldiers a realistic simulation of fighting in urban areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ah Pao
    Fighting In Built-Up Area (pronounced "fee-buah")
    If you haven't noticed, most SAF trainings focus on the jungle. Using old housing estates to conduct FIBUA training gives the soldiers a realistic simulation of fighting in urban areas.
    Fibua is fun

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