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TRAINING: Arab air forces together in Saudi

Posted 30 June 2021 · Add Comment

Saudi Arabia has completed a two week exercise featuring participation from Oman, UAE, Jordan, Egypt, in addition to Kuwait and Bahrain, as observers.

The joint and mixed air exercise (Tuwaiq 2) maneuvers were held in the presence of King Salman Air Base Commander Major General Pilot Mohsen bin Saeed Al-Zahrani  and heads of participating delegations.

The exercise coincided with more training with the Royal Saudi Land Forces (RSLF) and the U.S. Army Ground Forces (AGF) .Titled Falcon Claws 4, cthe exercises took place in the Northwestern region of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
These exercise aimed at strengthening military relations between the countries and exchanging expertise and concepts, in addition to raising combat readiness to face external threats,according to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).  

 

 

Briefings ahead of the joint exercises in

Saudi Arabia (IMAGE: SPA)

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