The Saudi Royal Air Force (RSAF) concluded Thursday its participation in the exercise Desert Flag 2021, which was held at Al-Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates (UAE), over a period of three weeks.
The RSAF participated with F-15S/A fighters with all its air and technical crews. The closing ceremony was attended by the Military Attaché at the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Abu Dhabi, Brigadier General Abdulmohsen bin Fahd Al-Sudairy and a number of officers.
The Commander of the RSAF group participating in the exercise, Lt. Colonel Pilot. Fahad Al-Harbi, explained that the exercises were carried out in three stages that included planning and implementing many training sorties and counter-operations, defensive and attacking, according to the different war scenarios, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
Meanwhile, the Royal Saudi Navy forces and their Sudanese counterparts concluded the joint naval drill “Al-Fulk 4”, at King Faisal Naval Base (photo), in the presence of the Commander of the Western Fleet, Commander of the Exercise, Major General Yahya bin Muhammad Asiri.
During the ceremony, Major General Asiri congratulated the Royal Saudi Navy and the Sudanese Navy for the success of the joint naval exercise “Al-Fulk 4” and for achieving the desired goals.
He pointed out that the participants in the exercise from both sides showed high professionalism and readiness, and came up with many positive results.