'The Great Force of Mexico' arrived in Buenavista
Within the framework of the fifteenth anniversary of the Suburban train in Buenavista, the exhibition "The Great Force of Mexico" was inaugurated today, presented by authorities from the Secretariat of National Defense (SEDENA) and Suburban Railways.
This fifth exhibition of the armed forces will be open to the general public at the Buenavista station facilities from October 13 to November 3, with hours from 9 in the morning to 8 at night. The exhibition includes a photographic and literary exhibition about part of the history of the Mexican Army, located at one of the entrances to the suburban train station. On the esplanade, some armored vehicles of the Army and the National Guard are exhibited, as well as motorized vehicles, a helicopter from the Mexican Air Force and artillery equipment, such as tanks and cannons.
Within the platform area, users will be able to admire and learn more about the areas that make up the Mexican Army, the National Guard and the Mexican Air Force, along with their different specialties and the modern equipment that the Mexican armed forces possess.
In the previous four exhibitions, more than 3,700,000 visitors were recorded in attendance. The purpose of this exhibition is to maintain closeness and strengthen the ties between the Mexican Army, the National Guard and the Mexican Air Force with the citizens, showing their work and love for Mexico.
Present at this inauguration of the exhibition "The Great Force of Mexico" were the Commander of the First Military Zone, Andrés Valencia; Lieutenant Colonel of Sappers, Julio César Silva, responsible for the Military Exhibition at the Buenavista Station of the Suburban Train; Alberto Miguel Rodríguez, State Coordinator of the National Guard; José Guadalupe Medina, General Legal and Legal Services Director and Head of the Office of the Cuauhtémoc Mayor's Office; and Max Noria Anguiano, Director of Marketing and Risk Management of Suburban Railways.
Admission is free to the public and will be attended by women and men who make up the Mexican Army, the National Guard and the Mexican Air Force.
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