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Program główny – pokazy dynamiczne – powierzchnia D01

Początek Koniec Opis Narodowość
08:00 08:30 Opening of the airshow grounds for the public

08:00 - 08:30

Opening of the airshow grounds for the public

09:00 09:12 IAR 99 Soim Solo Display
Romanian Air Force

09:00 - 09:12

IAR 99 Soim Solo Display

Romanian Air Force

IAR 99 Soim (hawk) from 95th Air Base of Romanian Air Force Pilot in Command Captain-commander Catalin Alexandru, nicknamed "Piticu" (Dwarf), is a flight instructor with more than 1200 flight hours of which over 580 hours on MiG-21 LanceR and over 500 on IAR 99 Hawk. His crewmate, Captain Cosmin Gaman, nicknamed “Pisoi” (Kitten) has a few more steps to become a flight instructor. He has more than 400 flight hours of which more than 300 on IAR 99 Hawk. Hawk uses British Rolls-Royce turbojet engine produced under licence in Romania. IAR 99 Hawk replaced Czech L-29 Dolphin and L-39 Albatros as jet trainer for Romanian Air force.

ROU
09:12 09:19 Morris Commercial C-8 FAT tractor & M.II howitzer
Military History Institute

09:12 - 09:19

Morris Commercial C-8 FAT tractor & M.II howitzer

Military History Institute

The Military History Institute will present the British artillery tractor Morris Commercial C-8 FAT with a cannon howitzer M.II. It will be a demonstration of driving characteristics of equipment of Czechoslovakia in Great Britain during World War II.

CZE
09:19 09:29 Vehicle extrication
Vehicle extrication squad of Fire and Rescue Service of Capital of Prague

09:19 - 09:29

Vehicle extrication

Vehicle extrication squad of Fire and Rescue Service of Capital of Prague

CZE
09:29 09:37 Mi-2 & Enstrom 480 Display
LOM PRAHA Flight Training Center

09:29 - 09:37

Mi-2 & Enstrom 480 Display

LOM PRAHA Flight Training Center

Enstrom 480 is a light training helicopter widely used around the world for training military pilots. Enstrom 480 will be used by its owner LOM Praha for training purposes of its custemers. Mi-2 is a small utility helicopter originally designed by Soviet helicopter manufacturer, but its production took part in Poland. The company LOM Praha is using this helicopter for pilot training. This is a dernier of Mi-2 helicopter as it will be replaced by new Enstrom 480.

CZE
09:37 09:52 Intervention agains crowd-threatening attacker
Czech Police Intervention Unit, Special Response Team Žilina

09:37 - 09:52

Intervention agains crowd-threatening attacker

Czech Police Intervention Unit, Special Response Team Žilina

The intervention unit intervenes against an active attacker who threatens the crowd. The perpetrator seized a truck into which he may have placed an explosive or a flammable substance. The airport is a place of possible attack because NATO Days are held here. The T-KAT ballistic vehicle designed to stop it will be placed at the point where the offender is supposed to pass, and the intervention teams will intervene against the truck.

CZE SVK
09:52 10:00 PC-7 Solo Display
Austrian Air Force

09:52 - 10:00

PC-7 Solo Display

Austrian Air Force

Airplane Training Squadron, Zeltweg Air Base Display pilot is Stefan "Snake" Hofer with 3500 flight hours on PC7 and PC6. He fIyes at Air Force School at Zeltweg AFB. It is his second time on NATO Days in Ostrava. Last appearance in 2018 was static, this year Austria comes with dynamic display. PC-7 is a Swiss made single-engine turboprop light aircraft for basic and advanced training. Its engine can generate up 550SHP.

AUT
10:00 10:15 Service hypology
Ostrava Municipal Police

10:00 - 10:15

Service hypology

Ostrava Municipal Police

Hippology of the Municipal Police Ostrava will show their riders and horses skills.

CZE
10:15 10:30 Reconnaissance group assault
102nd Reconnaissance Battalion, 22nd Helicopter Air Force Base

10:15 - 10:30

Reconnaissance group assault

102nd Reconnaissance Battalion, 22nd Helicopter Air Force Base

The reconnaissance group will raid the enemy, who will consist of a four-man paramilitary group. They will try to close out the person of interest and obtain information through captured documentation.

CZE
10:30 10:50 The International Control Action
Customs Administration of the Czech Republic, Customs Administration of Germany

10:30 - 10:50

The International Control Action

Customs Administration of the Czech Republic, Customs Administration of Germany

Customs officers will jointly demonstrate the activity of mobile surveillance patrols of the Czech and German customs administrations in a dynamic demonstration. It will also present a new mobile luggage X-ray, through fictitious illegal transport and subsequent seizure of tobacco products near the border crossing.

CZE DEU
11:00 11:10 Opening paratroopers' jump
Czech Armed Forces and Polish Armed Forced

11:00 - 11:10

Opening paratroopers' jump

Czech Armed Forces and Polish Armed Forced

Opening joined paradrop with flags of Czech and Polish Army.

CZE POL
11:10 11:25 Opening ceremony

11:10 - 11:25

Opening ceremony

11:25 11:30 Ribbon handover ceremony

11:25 - 11:30

Ribbon handover ceremony

11:30 11:31 Tank shot
Czech Armed Forces

11:30 - 11:31

Tank shot

Czech Armed Forces

CZE
11:31 11:43 JAS-39C Gripen - solo display
211. Tactical Squadron

11:31 - 11:43

JAS-39C Gripen - solo display

211. Tactical Squadron

211th Tactical Squadron of Czech Air Force with their Saab JAS-39C/D Gripen multirole fighters is a member of elite NATO Tigers club. Ivo Kardoš is a Czech Air Force Gripen display pilot and a member of an elite 211th Tactical “Tiger” Squadron. Before Saab JAS-39C Gripen, he has flown with training jet L-39 Albatros and light combat aircraft L-159 Alca accumulating over 1700 flight hours. This is his last show as Czech Gripen display pilot. Five Czech Gripens are currently deployed in Estonia on Baltic Air-Policing mission. Czech Gripens form 211th Tactical Squadron have already been deployed three times in Baltics and three times on Iceland on air-policing missions.

CZE
11:43 11:58 IAR 330 Puma Solo Display
Romanian Air Force

11:43 - 11:58

IAR 330 Puma Solo Display

Romanian Air Force

Pilot in Command Captain-commander Constantin “Coco” Costea is a flight instructor with more than 1900 flight hours. His colleague and friend, Copilot Lietenant-commander Alin “Kasha” Ianachiuc, is a weapon and tactics - flight instructor, with more than 1600 flight hours. This crew had the honour to be part of Romanian detachment that participate last year at NATO Fly Pass, flying over the new NATO HQ marking the beginning of the NATO Summit 2018. Both display pilots are part of the 952nd squadron that is endowed with IAR 330 SOCAT.

ROU
11:58 12:10 Close Air Support by two-ship of L-159 ALCAs
21st Tactical Air Force Base

11:58 - 12:10

Close Air Support by two-ship of L-159 ALCAs

21st Tactical Air Force Base

Two L-159 Alcas are performing close air support (CAS) simulated mission. In June their performance was awarded on air show in English Cosford. 212th Tactical Squadron of Czech Air Force flying on advanced light combat aircraft L-159 ALCA domestically produced by Aero Vodochody aerospace company. The aircraft is designed for close air support. Currently, Czech Air Force purchased new Lightening 4i targeting pods enhancing its strike capabilities. 14 L-159 are used in counter-terrorist missions by Iraqi Air Force. This year personnel from 212th Tactical Squadron returned back home from training mission in Iraq, making it the squadron`s first foreign deployment.

CZE
12:10 12:15 Swiss bloc I: PC-7 Team take-off
Swiss Air Force

12:10 - 12:15

Swiss bloc I: PC-7 Team take-off

Swiss Air Force

Swiss Air Force PC-7 Team celebrates this year its 30th anniversary. Team leader Captain Cyril “Johnny” Johner has flown over 2500 flight hours on PC-21, PC-7 and F/A-18. Pilots of the team are Lieutenant Colonel Daniel “Stampa” Stämpfli, Captain Marius “Pnö” Egger, Captain Beda “Beda” Staehelin, Captain Maurice “Moe” Mattle, Captain Matthias “Nemo” Grossen, Captain Christian “Sassel” Savary, Captain Alain “Fondü” Von Büren, Captain Benjamin “Daffy” Matthey, Captain Andreas “Menkster” Menk It takes minimally four years to became a Swiss PC-7 team pilot.

CHE
12:15 12:30 Convoy ambush
Prison Service of the Czech Republic

12:15 - 12:30

Convoy ambush

Prison Service of the Czech Republic

Prison Service of the Czech Republic will perform a dynamic display of convoy ambush. An escort mission with extraordinary security arrangements - armed vehicle and two escort vehicles. Intelligence suggests that the convoy might be attacked. Additional security teams are forward deployed and stationed along the route. A backup team is behind the escort team. The team gets under attack. The attackers come in car and from people along the road and open fire. The prison service officers neutralise the attackers.

CZE
12:30 12:35 Patriot & ASCOD
TATRA TRUCKS, GDELS

12:30 - 12:35

Patriot & ASCOD

TATRA TRUCKS, GDELS

Patriot II is a new armoured vehicle on the unique Czech Tatra chassis. The construction of the vehicle allows integration of remotely controlled turret with armament up to 20 mm calibre. Patriot II can be also fitted with guided missiles or mortar. It can be easily transported by transport aircraft and vessels. Patriot II has ballistic armour and anti-explosion seats for maximal crew protection against improvised explosives devices and mines.

CZE
12:35 12:40 Swiss bloc II: F/A-18 Hornet take off & join-up with PC-7 Team
Swiss Air Force

12:35 - 12:40

Swiss bloc II: F/A-18 Hornet take off & join-up with PC-7 Team

Swiss Air Force

Swiss Air Force PC-7 Team celebrates this year its 30th anniversary. Team leader Captain Cyril “Johnny” Johner has flown over 2500 flight hours on PC-21, PC-7 and F/A-18. Pilots of the team are Lieutenant Colonel Daniel “Stampa” Stämpfli, Captain Marius “Pnö” Egger, Captain Beda “Beda” Staehelin, Captain Maurice “Moe” Mattle, Captain Matthias “Nemo” Grossen, Captain Christian “Sassel” Savary, Captain Alain “Fondü” Von Büren, Captain Benjamin “Daffy” Matthey, Captain Andreas “Menkster” Menk It takes minimally four years to became a Swiss PC-7 team pilot. F/A-18 display pilot Captain Nicolas “Vincent” Rossier has over 2000 flying hours, including 1000 hours on the F/A-18 Hornet. In the past, Captain Nicolas “Vincent” Rossier was flying on Pilatus PC-7, F-5E Tiger II and now he flies on F/A-18 Hornet. This is his last show as Swiss Hornet display pilot.

CHE
12:40 12:45 Swiss bloc III: F/A-18 Hornet & PC-7 Team overflight
Swiss Air Force

12:40 - 12:45

Swiss bloc III: F/A-18 Hornet & PC-7 Team overflight

Swiss Air Force

Swiss Air Force PC-7 Team celebrates this year its 30th anniversary. Team leader Captain Cyril “Johnny” Johner has flown over 2500 flight hours on PC-21, PC-7 and F/A-18. Pilots of the team are Lieutenant Colonel Daniel “Stampa” Stämpfli, Captain Marius “Pnö” Egger, Captain Beda “Beda” Staehelin, Captain Maurice “Moe” Mattle, Captain Matthias “Nemo” Grossen, Captain Christian “Sassel” Savary, Captain Alain “Fondü” Von Büren, Captain Benjamin “Daffy” Matthey, Captain Andreas “Menkster” Menk It takes minimally four years to became a Swiss PC-7 team pilot. F/A-18 display pilot Captain Nicolas “Vincent” Rossier has over 2000 flying hours, including 1000 hours on the F/A-18 Hornet. In the past, Captain Nicolas “Vincent” Rossier was flying on Pilatus PC-7, F-5E Tiger II and now he flies on F/A-18 Hornet. This is his last show as Swiss Hornet display pilot.

CHE
12:45 12:55 Swiss bloc IV: F/A-18 Hornet Solo Display
Swiss Air Force

12:45 - 12:55

Swiss bloc IV: F/A-18 Hornet Solo Display

Swiss Air Force

F/A-18 display pilot Captain Nicolas “Vincent” Rossier has over 2000 flying hours, including 1000 hours on the F/A-18 Hornet. In the past, Captain Nicolas “Vincent” Rossier was flying on Pilatus PC-7, F-5E Tiger II and now he flies on F/A-18 Hornet. This is his last show as Swiss Hornet display pilot.

CHE
12:55 13:22 Swiss bloc V: PC-7 Team
Swiss Air Force

12:55 - 13:22

Swiss bloc V: PC-7 Team

Swiss Air Force

Swiss Air Force PC-7 Team celebrates this year its 30th anniversary. Team leader Captain Cyril “Johnny” Johner has flown over 2500 flight hours on PC-21, PC-7 and F/A-18. Pilots of the team are Lieutenant Colonel Daniel “Stampa” Stämpfli, Captain Marius “Pnö” Egger, Captain Beda “Beda” Staehelin, Captain Maurice “Moe” Mattle, Captain Matthias “Nemo” Grossen, Captain Christian “Sassel” Savary, Captain Alain “Fondü” Von Büren, Captain Benjamin “Daffy” Matthey, Captain Andreas “Menkster” Menk It takes minimally four years to became a Swiss PC-7 team pilot.

CHE
13:22 13:27 Award of the Governor of the Moravian-Silesian Region

13:22 - 13:27

Award of the Governor of the Moravian-Silesian Region

Governor of the Moravian-Silesian Region Ivo Vondrák will award Col. Jan Ihnatik for the unforgettable lifelong contribution to democracy and freedom of the republic and for heroic acts during its protection and liberation..

13:27 13:42 Mi-24/35 solo display
221. Helicopter Squadron

13:27 - 13:42

Mi-24/35 solo display

221. Helicopter Squadron

Czech Hinds belong to 221st Tactical Squadron of attack helicopters in AFB Náměšť nad Oslavou. Attack helicopter Mi-24/35, NATO code name Hind, can engage air and land targets with its un/guided rockets and heavy machine gun. Despite its size, Hind is one of the fastest helicopter on the sky. It can fly over 300 km/h. Czech Mi-24/35 Hinds will be replaced by US made Bell AH-1Z Viper. The display pilot of Hind is Captain Michal Bystřičan.

CZE
13:42 13:47 T-72M4CZ & TR-85M1 Bison
7th Mechanized Brigade, Romanian Armed Forces

13:42 - 13:47

T-72M4CZ & TR-85M1 Bison

7th Mechanized Brigade, Romanian Armed Forces

T-72M4 is a complex czech modernization of Soviet T-72 tank for the level of the third generation. Tank is equiped with the system for security of three-member crew, which contain commander, gunman and driver. Modernization was aproved by the Czech government in 1994. In total 30 tanks were re-designed. According to the experts ratings it was the best modernization of T-72. The TR-85 is a main battle tank designed for the armed forces of Romania currently the most modern tank in service. "Bizonul" is a name modernized version, has been in service since 1997. Bison uses new 100 mm BM-412 Sg APFSDS-T projectiles. Completely redesigned suspension with 6 road wheels on each side is protected by metal side skirts. Combat weight is 50 tons. The engine technology was obtained using spy rings and confidential assistance from the Federal Republic of Germany.

CZE ROU
13:47 14:27 Patrouille de France
French Air Force

13:47 - 14:27

Patrouille de France

French Air Force

Czech premiere of legendary and worldwide known display team of French Air Force with 66 years of history, what makes them one of the oldest serving display team in the world. Eight Alpahajets E pilots of Patruille de France fly in speeds between 300 – 800 km/h with distances from each jet only about 2-3 meters. The pilots have to cope with -3 to 7 G force. Patrouille de France pilots are selected from fighter pilots.

FRA
14:27 14:32 Czech - Polish paradrop
43rd Airborne Battalion, AGAT

14:27 - 14:32

Czech - Polish paradrop

43rd Airborne Battalion, AGAT

43rd Paratroop Battalion from Chrudim is a Commando type unit. Soldiers are trained for tactical airdrop, terrain and urban combat, ambushes and assaults. They have been deployed to combat missions in Balkans, Middle East and Africa. Polish AGAT is a paratrooper, higly mobile elite unit. It is subordinated to Polish special forces headquarters. AGAT unit is trained for assaults and behind enemy lines operations. The paratroopers will jump from Czech and Polish C-295 cargo airplanes.

CZE POL
14:32 14:52 Attack on the Enemy
7th Mechanized Brigade, Romanian Armed Forces

14:32 - 14:52

Attack on the Enemy

7th Mechanized Brigade, Romanian Armed Forces

Czech and Romanian armoured units will conduct a joint attack against enemy forces. Czech 7. mechanised brigade is the heaviest firepower of the Czech army. They use modernised tanks T-72MCZ, tracked infantry combat vehicles and wheeled infantry combat vehicles Pandur II. Currently, a competition for replacement of old soviet era built tracked combat vehicles is under way. Romanian army will present its modernised tank TR-88M1 Bison. It is a Romanian domestically made tank modernised on NATO standarts.

CZE ROU
15:19 15:39 JAS-39C Gripen + Extra 300
21st Tactical Air Force Base: Ivo Kardoš, Martin Šonka

15:19 - 15:39

JAS-39C Gripen + Extra 300

21st Tactical Air Force Base: Ivo Kardoš, Martin Šonka

World champion in acrobatics and Red Bull Air Race Champion Martin Šonka together with Captain Ivo Kardoš, Czech Air Force Gripen solo display pilot will perform together a unique air show, flying on Extra-300SR and JAS-39C Gripen. Captain Kardoš has won several awards for his performance including best dynamic display of NATO Days last year.

CZE
15:44 16:08 Midnight Hawks
Finnish Air Force

15:44 - 16:08

Midnight Hawks

Finnish Air Force

Finnish Midnight Hawks are on NATO Days for the first time. All Midnight Hawks pilots are qualified air combat and Hawk flight instructors at the Air Force Academy. Air Force Academy, Fighter squadron 41 Midnight Hawk No.1 Team Leader Vesa Loukko Left wing No. 2 Captain Eero Mannismäki Right wing No. 3 Captain Juho Tervahartiala Slot No. 4 Captain Tapani Parvio 50 Finnish Hawks were domestically built in 1980s. According to Paris Treaty from 1947, Finnish Air Force was limited to 60 fighter jets. As the Hawks were counted as trainers (even though they were armed), Finnish air force could augment its capacity. These historic conditions were nullified in early 1990s.

FIN
16:08 16:20 MiG-21 LanceR Solo Display
Romanian Air Force

16:08 - 16:20

MiG-21 LanceR Solo Display

Romanian Air Force

Colonel Gheorghe "Gika" Stancu is the solo display pilot, having more than 3000 flying hours. He took part in many air shows, including Ostrava NATO Days in 2016. The most recent airshow was the prestigious Royal Air Tattoo 2019. The fighter comes from the 86th Air Base of Romanian Air Force. NATO code name of MiG-21 LanceR is “Fishbed”.

ROU
16:20 16:20 Departure of 1x Patrouille de France
French Air Force

16:20 - 16:20

Departure of 1x Patrouille de France

French Air Force

Czech premiere of legendary and worldwide known display team of French Air Force with 66 years of history, what makes them one of the oldest serving display team in the world. Eight Alpahajets E pilots of Patruille de France fly in speeds between 300 – 800 km/h with distances from each jet only about 2-3 meters. The pilots have to cope with -3 to 7 G force. Patrouille de France pilots are selected from fighter pilots.

FRA
16:20 16:40 Escort of protected person and demonstration of motorcycle handling
Castle Guard Motorcycle Unit

16:20 - 16:40

Escort of protected person and demonstration of motorcycle handling

Castle Guard Motorcycle Unit

In the dynamic demonstration we will see the motorized escort of the vehicle with the VIP person and the control of the motorcycles in the set at different speeds.

CZE
16:40 16:50 Typhoon Display Team
Royal Air Force

16:40 - 16:50

Typhoon Display Team

Royal Air Force

British Typhoon Display Team is flying on NATO Days for the fourth time. The last appearance was in 2018. Display pilot Flight Lieutenant Jim Peterson flew his Typhoon on NATO Days in 2018. This is his last show as Typhoon Display pilot. 29th Squadron of Royal Airforce form Coningsby is one of the oldest units in Europe with its more than 100 years of history. The aircraft is the latest and the most advanced Typhoon in RAF, the Typhoon FGR4. It is an air-superiority fighter with full land attack capabilities. Typhoon was developed in a joint program together with Germany, Italy and United Kingdom. It has two extremely powerful turbofan powerplants EJ200 which make fantastic noise typical for Typhoons.

GBR
16:50 16:55 Departure of Patrouille de France
French Air Force

16:50 - 16:55

Departure of Patrouille de France

French Air Force

Czech premiere of legendary and worldwide known display team of French Air Force with 66 years of history, what makes them one of the oldest serving display team in the world. Eight Alpahajets E pilots of Patruille de France fly in speeds between 300 – 800 km/h with distances from each jet only about 2-3 meters. The pilots have to cope with -3 to 7 G force. Patrouille de France pilots are selected from fighter pilots.

FRA
16:55 17:08 MEDEVAC solo display by W-3A Sokol
24th Transport Aviation Base

16:55 - 17:08

MEDEVAC solo display by W-3A Sokol

24th Transport Aviation Base

Display pilot Major Petr “Šáfa” Šafařík has total flight time of 2600 flight hours, of which more than 2200 flight hours logged on W-3A Sokol. He performed the SAR Air Display at NATO Days last year with W-3A Sokol. Major Šafařík have been flying within the Czech Air Force since 1999. His currently flown types are W-3A Sokol and Mi-17. His current qualifications is Flight Instructor/Inspector on both types of helicopter. W-3A Sokol is used in the Czech Air Force for transport a search and rescue missions. W-3A Sokol is a Polish made helicopter by PZL Swidnik company.

CZE
17:08 17:23 Presentation of Police Motorcycles
The Traffic Police

17:08 - 17:23

Presentation of Police Motorcycles

The Traffic Police

The traffic police will show us a demonstration ride of police bikers.

CZE
17:23 17:41 The Tigers Freefall Team
British Army

17:23 - 17:41

The Tigers Freefall Team

British Army

The Tigers carry out a range of displays from various heights with flags and with smoke. The team was established in 1986 and is comprised of 9 members of the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment. The team were originally provided with the name "The Flying Dragons" Nowadays there is still 9 members of the team: Frank Millerick Team Leader, Nathen May, Liam Donovan, Dan Hurst, Chris Grey, Ryan Clark, Carl Hobbs, Alex Goodman and Luke Smith. Together they have over 3000 of parachute jumps. The Tigers have performed at a large array of events. Recently they performered at the opening of the birthday celebrations for Her Majesty Queen Margrethe ll of Denmark. They are attending NATO days after 3 years.

GBR
17:41 17:46 L-13 Blaník TJ solo display
PBS Velká Bíteš

17:41 - 17:46

L-13 Blaník TJ solo display

PBS Velká Bíteš

The pilot of the experimental jet powered Blaník glider is Jaromír Hammer. The legendary Czech glider made by Let Kunovice is an experimental aircraft fitted with a small jet engine. The glide is single-seater, the copilot place is occupied by fuel tank for the jet engine.

CZE
17:46 17:46 Thank you for visiting the event and let us know in a questionnaire how you liked this event!

17:46 - 17:46

Thank you for visiting the event and let us know in a questionnaire how you liked this event!

We strive to make the NATO Days in Ostrava & Czech Air Force Days as good as possible in terms of both the program and the comfort for visitors, because it primarily determines the impression you will get from the event. We are aware that the area has its specifics with which we have to deal with, but there are still enough issues that can be improved year after year. However, we cannot see and know everything, so we are interested in feedback from you, visitors of the event, because we organize it for you. Help us improve the event by filling in a brief evaluation questionnaire where you can write us what you liked or disliked in the area and any other comments. We cannot promise to remove all shortcomings by the next time, but we can promise to read all notes. Thank you.

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Program towarzyszący – powierzchnia D02

Początek Koniec Opis Narodowość
09:12 09:29 Activities of a squad at checkpoint in front of critical infrastructure object
Regional Military Command Ostrava

09:12 - 09:29

Activities of a squad at checkpoint in front of critical infrastructure object

Regional Military Command Ostrava

Infantry squad is checking incoming vehicle with a driver in front of a critical infrastructure object. An unreported gun has been discovered by the driver. The driver is arrested and handed over to Czech police.

CZE
10:00 11:00 K9 neutralisation of dangerous offenders
Cynology of the Police of the Czech Republic, Regional Directorate of the Police Force of the Slovak

10:00 - 11:00

K9 neutralisation of dangerous offenders

Cynology of the Police of the Czech Republic, Regional Directorate of the Police Force of the Slovak

The presentation will be divided in five parts. The first part will present K9 tactical handling. The K9 officer will have his dog between his legs, so that he has his hands free for the manipulation with gun. Another four parts are various model situations like neutralisation of offenders.

CZE SVK
11:00 11:31 Presentation of Ostrava Municipal Police K9 training
Municipal Police Ostrava

11:00 - 11:31

Presentation of Ostrava Municipal Police K9 training

Municipal Police Ostrava

Exhibiton of cynology department will be presenting prepardness of K9-officers from city police. During intervetion they will strike against offenders who are drastically disturbing public order or commiting a crime.

CZE
12:18 12:38 Activities of a squad at checkpoint in front of critical infrastructure object
Regional Military Command Ostrava

12:18 - 12:38

Activities of a squad at checkpoint in front of critical infrastructure object

Regional Military Command Ostrava

Infantry squad is checking incoming vehicle with a driver in front of a critical infrastructure object. An unreported gun has been discovered by the driver. The driver is arrested and handed over to Czech police.

CZE
14:22 14:47 Presentation of Ostrava Municipal Police K9 training
Municipal Police Ostrava

14:22 - 14:47

Presentation of Ostrava Municipal Police K9 training

Municipal Police Ostrava

Exhibiton of cynology department will be presenting prepardness of K9-officers from city police. During intervetion they will strike against offenders who are drastically disturbing public order or commiting a crime.

CZE
15:42 16:07 K9 Unit of Czech Customs Service
Customs Administration of the Czech Republic

15:42 - 16:07

K9 Unit of Czech Customs Service

Customs Administration of the Czech Republic

K9 officers will present training of their dogs in sniffing out drugs, tabacco, alcohol, money, CITES and guns a and ammunition.

CZE
16:17 17:10 K9 neutralisation of dangerous offenders
Cynology of the Police of the Czech Republic, Regional Directorate of the Police Force of the Slovak

16:17 - 17:10

K9 neutralisation of dangerous offenders

Cynology of the Police of the Czech Republic, Regional Directorate of the Police Force of the Slovak

The presentation will be divided in five parts. The first part will present K9 tactical handling. The K9 officer will have his dog between his legs, so that he has his hands free for the manipulation with gun. Another four parts are various model situations like neutralisation of offenders.

CZE SVK
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