As the French journalist Romeo Langlois was released by the FARC, the army resumed operations and deployed military equipment that had never been in that area of the country to pursue the guerrillas who held him ...
8 hours after the arrival in France the journalist Romeo Langlois , the Colombian military resumed operations against the FARC.
A camera was in the revival of the offensive of the Army's 12th Brigade against the front 15 of the FARC who had kidnapped the French journalist.
The troops since 2007 were in the village of San Isidro, and were evacuated to facilitate the delivery from abroad, returned to support mechanized cavalry group Rincon Quinonez, who first comes out of Cundinamarca, and more men counterinsurgency being retrained on this base the battalion Guepí.
In a helicopter gunship, the commander of the 12th Brigade of the Army, flew over the area where Langlois was kidnapped ... The pilots had to perform maneuvers like they were in combat, because they entered snipers remain areas where the FARC is.
Minutes later they arrived at the Union Peneya to the battalion base Guepí located just 100 meters from a cemetery on the FARC.
In the persecution of the front 15, the troops continued the destruction of cocaine laboratories and IED Traps
Amid mines guerrillas dressed as civilians continue to be laid, the TWELVE Army Brigade began building a highway to connect the people of Lebanon with the site inspection Union remain Peneya where militants of the FARC.