British Army training unit makes concerted effort to clean up its image

Soldiers of the British Army Training Unit in Kenya (BATUK).
Soldiers of the British Army Training Unit in Kenya (BATUK). © Tony Karumba/AFP
The British Army Training Unit in Kenya, one of the UK's largest military training centres abroad, has been dragging a bad reputation in Kenya for years. This has led to recent efforts to restore its image with the help of communication experts, alongside a reorganisation of its missions. [...] (861 words)
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