Colonel Swart’s first task after the battle of Ebo was to try and determine the enemy’s next step and take counter-measures against a possible attack. A reconnaissance patrol of Battle Group Foxbat that had been sent out on the morning of 24 November, had drawn enemy fire about three kilometres south of the Nhia River ( on the main road) and had pulled back. When they returned by 10h00 then enemy had left but they found a Russian antitank grenade and four Russian-manufactured automatic rifles on the terrain.
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