At Myanmar’s secret guerrilla training camp After a military coup in February, some young people across Myanmar left their lives to travel to guerrilla training camps in the distant jungle. An anonymous photographer visited one such camp and met soldiers training to take on the army.
People’s Defense Force members (PDF) are standing in a training camp in an area controlled by Karen rebels in Kayin State, Myanmar.
Members of the People’s Defense Force (PDF) are standing in a training camp in an area controlled by Karen rebels in Kayin State, Myanmar
In a secret jungle camp in Kayin State, eastern Myanmar. , Fitness instructors and other civilians train with ethnic Karen armed male guerrillas to resist the country’s military takeover.
These recruits, who settled under a temporary tent on a remote hill near the Thai border, prepared to fight the army behind the February 1 coup, how to load rifles and homemade bombs. Learn how to install an improvised explosive device. quit his job in the city and became a guerrilla fighter, getting unusual footage of young men and women saying they replaced branded T-shirts and brightly colored dresses with military suits.