Why Trench Warfare is no longer a thing of the past for British Army

Why trench warfare is no longer a thing of the Past

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, where both sides have dug vast networks of fortifications, has meant trench warfare is firmly back on the UK military training agenda.
At Sennybridge Training area (home to the infantry battle school) there are around 300 meters of newly refurbished trenches, built in the style similar to those used by Russian and Ukrainian troops.
The fortifications, reminiscent of World War One, have become an integral part of the war in Ukraine and although British troops may build trenches differently, they need to know how to fight in them.
Credit to : Forces News

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