Jordan's five-day warrior competition in Amman allows participating countries to show off their military skills. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT. NO REPORTER NARRATION. The ninth edition of the Warrior Competition kicked off in Amman on Sunday (April 30), bringing together 31 special forces squads and security agencies from 16 countries to engage in a number of military drills. The five-day contest is organised by Jordan's Armed Forces at the King Abdullah II Special Operations Training Centre in Amman. The annual competition is designed to enhance the spirit of co-operation and show off individual skills in shooting and decision-making in difficult situations, according to organisers. Countries including Saudi Arabia, UAE, Lebanon, Sudan, U.S, Romania, China and Egypt are taking part in the contest, which will wrap up on May 4.