Comprising of the highly-trained Collapse Rescue Team of the Army Corps of Engineers, the delegation is equipped with an extensive range of relief equipment to assist in their search and rescue efforts. "The team are aware of the difficult situation in Turkey, especially the weather," said Major Trần Thế Thành. On Saturday, the PAVN's General Department of Logistics assigned a team of medical officers to join the relief mission in Turkey. "The team is proud to be selected by the Border Guards Command to join the relief efforts in Turkey," said Major Trần Quốc Hương, captain of the Search and Rescue Dogs training team. Along with 76 officers, the PAVN team will bring 30 tonnes of equipment and 10 tonnes of supplies for affected people.