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VOA常速英语:加蓬加强反偷猎行动以拯救濒危的森林象

Source: 恒星英语学习网    2020-01-09   English BBS   Favorite  

This cadence brings hope to Lope national park because these eco guards are training for the fight against poaching.
A fight that can turn deadly.
Could somebody break your medical plan?
And US forces are increasing their chances of survival.
So generally the route we’re going to take to do this patrol is leaving the, head to the main road and then head south across this bridge.
VOA is the first news media outlet to imbed with a US military team during a counter poaching mission.
Watch where you’re stepping that we’ve seen like giant snakes down there.
US army captain Kevin Chappell leads the team.

So right now our training patrol has there about 20 meters from the objective.
The suspected camp of about four poachers, from here they’re probably gonna send out a recon element,
see what they can see come back develop the plan, and then raid the suspected poacher camp.
Training operations like this one began in Tanzania in 2009 officials say.
We only help them preserve the wildlife but at the same time we’re disrupting criminal organizations and we’re helping them develop a better future.
And US military efforts started in Gabon last year.
Months of training has improved techniques to capture poachers and preserve evidence.
These eco guards are highly motivated individuals and teaching them is not only is it fun but it’s easy.
Unlike counter poaching training from other nations,
Chappell says this partnership with Gabon National Park agency is geared towards self-sustainment.
Now we’re producing a core instructor group that can actually teach the force these skills and promulgate it throughout the entire ranks.
Really it’s a proof of concept for them being able to instruct their own,so it’s pretty big.
One thing not included in this mission, weapons training.
Something the Rangers say they desperately want.
That’s because until this year the government didn’t allow eco guards to carry weapons.
You can’t say to a butcher, sorry guys stay quiet and give me your gun.
Three months ago we were not allowed to carry weapons, now we are weapons.
And the poaching is decreasing.
Officials hope these changes along with additional international training and support will accelerate Gabon’s counter poaching offensive.
But time is running out for the elephants.
And it may not be enough.
So I’m proud that we’ve made the progress that we’ve made
but it’s still catastrophic so we still have to do more.
You may win some battles but the war keeps going.
And so the foot soldiers in that war keep marching on,
determined to protect the endangered elephants for their country and for the world.

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