The British Government announced deployment of special forces with vast knowledge & training in overseas missions and counter terrorism to combat the threat of terrorism in Somalia.
The objective of the deployment is to tackle the rising threat of jihadists and the refugee crisis that manifests through terrorism and Islamic fundamentalism.
"Hundreds of British troops will be deployed to Somalia and South Sudan to train African peacekeeping forces in order to foster “less terrorism and less migration. Our Armed Forces have a long history of delivering security and stability to some of the most difficult environments in the world, and I am proud to offer British support and expertise to peacekeeping operations in Somalia and South Sudan. Our commitment to peacekeeping operations will help to alleviate serious humanitarian and security issues in Somalia and South Sudan, helping to bring stability to the region and preventing these challenges from spreading further afield," David Cameron, British Prime Minister
The overview draws out a picture of military advisers who will be deployed to fight alongside AMISOM troops.
It'd mean these special forces will be split into units that'll work in the various AMISOM Military sectors in Somalia.