South Korean Chief of Naval Operations Visits Oman

ONA19.02.2020 Oman
South Korean Chief of Naval Operations Visits Oman

South Korean Chief of Naval Operations Visits Oman

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Rear Admiral Abdullah bin Khamis Al-Ra’eesi, Commander of the Royal Navy of Oman (RNO) received at the Maritime Security Center (MSC) Admiral Sim Seung-Seob, Chief of Naval Operations in the Republic of Korea.

The meeting exchanged views on a number of matters of common interests.

The meeting was attended by Commodore Mansoor bin Mohammed Al-Kharousi, Head of MSC and the Military Attaché at the Korean Embassy in Muscat.

During his visit to the Maritime Security Center, the Korean guest was briefed on the tasks and roles of the center in managing and leading operations of the maritime security in terms of maritime hazards, mainly search and rescue operations and protecting the marine environment from various risks.

He also viewed the modern devices and equipment used in supporting maritime security operations, according to Oman News Agency (ONA).

In another development, an air drill codenamed ‘Precision Testing’, organized by the Royal Air Force of Oman (RAFO), began Sunday.

The exercise is being carried out with support from the Royal Navy of Oman (RNO) and United States air forces, including fighter jets.

The exercise aims to activate the concept of joint air force action and raise the standard of operational coordination between the Sultan’s Armed Forces and forces from friendly countries. 



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