On the 27th of February 2015 there was an evaluation exercise for the Austrian Coy to show of the Multinational Battalion. The BiH barracks of RAJLOVAC in vicinity of Sarajevo was an excellent trainings ground for such a scenario. During the exercise an evaluation team out of members of Multinational Battalion staff members were responsible for the schedule, had to rate all actions and could certificate the FOC (full operational capability) of the Austrian Coy.

On the 26 February 2015, the Multinational Battalion (MNBN) held a ceremony to present the “Battalion-Badge” to all the soldiers, who have recently arrived in theatre.

The Turkish infantry company of the EUFOR Multinational Battalion (MnBn) conducted a field training exercise on the 14 Jan 15. The exercise was witnessed by the battalion commander, Lt Col SCHEUCHER and the Senior National Representative of the Turkish contingent Col CELEPOGLU.

On 20 February 2015, in Camp Butmir, Sarajevo, command of the Multinational Battalion of EUFOR was handed over. At the ceremony the Commander EUFOR, Major General Johann Luif, transferred the flag of the Battalion, symbolising the power of command, from Lieutenant Colonel Manfred Scheucher to Lieutenant Colonel Michael Köck.

Between the 8 – 12 December an Austrian Platoon of the EUFOR Multinational Battalion (MNBN) conducted peacekeeping training with the Bosnian Armed Forces. The training took place in Prijedor in the northwest of Bosnia and Herzegovina and was the last Combined Training event of 2014

A Turkish Platoon of the EUFOR Multinational Battalion (MNBN) conducted peacekeeping training with the Bosnian Armed Forces at Prijedor in the northwest of Bosnia and Herzegovina from 16 - 19 February 2015.
The exercise focused on Force Protection tactics and the aim of the training was to strengthen the abilities and skills of the soldiers in conducting peace support operations.

On 10 and 11 December 2014 soldiers of the Multinational Battalion of EUFOR transported 13 hospital beds, a donation by the Rotary Club Vienna, from Sarajevo to the Drvar Health Centre a distance of 170km. The transport was requested by the United Nations Development Programme.

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