DCI Trains Future Libyan Navy Divers

29.11.2013 Libya
DCI Trains Future Libyan Navy Divers

DCI Trains Future Libyan Navy Divers

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DCI- NAVFCO, the naval branch of DCI, continues to work with the Libyan Navy , as part of minesweeping training , to work underwater and  on hyperbaric medicine for more than 70 future divers.

The Libyan Navy, wishing to secure its maritime infrastructure, turned in early 2012 towards DCI- NAVFCO for training providing the same level of skills than the French Navy in the early cleanup actions.

This training, which combines both theory and practice in real conditions, began in March 2012 and is spread over several sessions until 2014. It takes place at the school of diving DCI- NAVFCO based in Toulon, as well as the Navy diving school in St Mandrier.

“DCI is pleased with this collaboration and is proud to support this country in reconstruction. We hope to continue this collaboration and extend our reach to a wider field of training,” said Admiral Bruno Nielly, Director of DCI- NAVFCO.

“The rapport established between the Libyan Navy and DCI teams facilitates the transfer of expertise and strengthens a relationship that we hope durable,” he added.

DCI was created in 1972 to assist military equipment sales to foreign countries. Its main mission consisted of providing operational training courses based on the know-how of the French Armed Forces. DCI is an upper medium size service provider in which the French government is the concurring shareholder. DCI now operates throughout the defense and security spectrum.

Culturally close to the Ministry of Defense, DCI offers outsourcing services to foreign countries, for:

  • Consulting and assistance throughout the life cycle of armament programs
  • Training engineering in the academic, operational and technical fields

Lastly, DCI and its subsidiaries have been partners of the French Armed Forces for 10 years within the scope of service contracts and are endeavoring to extend their activities to European Union countries.


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