Timika- Deputy Chief of Operation Peace Cartenz-2023, Kombes Pol Ardiansyah Daulay, S.I.K., M.H. accompanied the Papua Police Chief, Inspector General of Police Mathius D. Fakhiri, S.I.K., to sign the inscription of the Brimob DAPC-1 Wolf Rantis at Mako B Battalion B Pioneer Satbrimob Papua Police, Mimika Regency, Central Papua Province, Sunday (17/9/2023).
The Papua Police Chief in the activity said that the signing of the Brimob DAPC-1 Wolf Rantis Inscription was a form of appreciation to all Brimob personnel who had struggled hard in carrying out heavy tasks in Papua.
“This activity is an important momentum that commemorates the role of Brimob in maintaining security and order in Papua, while continuing to commit to continuing tasks that support the stability of the region,” he said.
For information, the inscription has a special meaning because it records the important role of Rantis Brimob DAPC-1 Wolf in various operations in Papua. The Rantis or tactical vehicle itself arrived from the Police Brimob Corps at Sat Brimob Polda Papua in 2013.
Furthermore, this vehicle was used in various operations in the Jayawijaya Regency to Lanny Jaya Regency area until 2017. In the period October 2017 to August 2018, Rantis Brimob DAPC-1 Wolf participated in the Integrated Operation Task of Law Enforcement for the Release of Hostages in Banti Village, Tembagapura District, Mimika Regency, Papua.
During its service, Rantis Brimob DAPC-1 Wolf faced tough terrain, including difficult geographical conditions in Tembagapura District which is located at an altitude of 3500 meters above sea level. This Rantis symbolizes the persistence and dedication of the National Police in maintaining security in the Papua region.