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Saudi Arabia: Conclusion of “Falcon’s Claws 3” exercises with US forces – Politics – News

Today, Thursday, the joint military exercise (Falcon Claws 3) exercises between the Royal Saudi Land Forces and the US Marines concluded in the northwestern region..

The Saudi News Agency (SPA) said that the exercise comes within the joint exercises that the Royal Saudi Land Forces participate in, with the aim of raising the level of combat readiness for officers and personnel of the ground forces, and emphasizing the strength of the relationship between the two friendly countries, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United States, especially in the military field..

According to (SPA), today, at the King Faisal Naval Base in the Western Fleet, the joint mixed naval exercise “Astronomy 4” maneuvers concluded, which brings together the Saudi Royal Navy with its counterpart, the Sudanese Navy..

The Commander of the Western Fleet, Commander of the exercise, Major General Yahya bin Muhammad al-Asiri, said that the series of (astronomy) exercise between the Saudi Royal Navy and the Sudanese Naval Forces began to continue to raise the level of performance and the concept of joint work, which will be reflected in ensuring the movement of navigation in international corridors in the Red Sea..

The maneuvers and hypotheses of the joint maritime exercise (confrontation 4), whose maneuvers were launched five days ago, were also concluded today by the implementation of the Royal Saudi Naval Forces represented by the Eastern Fleet, with the participation of the Ministry of Interior represented by the Border Guards in the Eastern Province, the Presidency of State Security, and the Ministry of Energy represented by Saudi Aramco and Aramco for Gulf Business. And that is at the King Abdulaziz Naval Base in Jubail.

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Exercise (Address 4) comes with the aim of protecting sea transport lines, confronting threats to petroleum installations, protecting freedom of maritime navigation, and promoting the unification of the concept of joint work among the participating units, in addition to raising the level of coordination and information exchange between the Royal Saudi Navy and the joint units..

The exercise aims to unify the concept of leadership and communication between the participating units during the implementation of the plan, and to train for the passage of reports and information between the participating parties and the operations center.

The director of the exercise, Brigadier General Ayed Muhammad Al-Asiri, explained that the exercise (confrontation 4) is that one of the objectives of the exercise is to achieve security and safety of vital installations and oil fields, and to secure freedom of navigation in regional and economic waters in the Gulf..

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