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Commando System is a voluntary, part-time force of the South
African Army, but serves under the South African Police Service.
Commandos are responsible for the safeguarding and protection of a
specific community (both rural or urban). Commando services are
usually referred to as area protection, a system which involves the
whole community. The participants in the Commando system do not
have military commitments outside of the areas they serve, and are
responsible for the safety and security of their own communities.
Each community is divided up into smaller more manageable sections
called cells. Each cell comprises a number of farmers and or
households, depending on the size of the area and dispersion of the
area's inhabitants. Cell members are in contact with each other by
means of telephone or a radio system which serves as a backup
communication system in the event of the telephone lines being out
of order. Alternative communication systems are therefore a vital
element of the protection plan of any cell.
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