Saudi-British Military Exercise Concludes Today

Saudi Press Agency (SPA)20.11.2014 KSA
Saudi-British Military Exercise Concludes Today

Saudi-British Military Exercise Concludes Today

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Military exercises between Saudi Arabia and Britain have kicked off in the city of Tabuk earlier this week, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.

Dubbed “Red Alligator 4”, and combining paratroopers from Royal Saudi Land Forces and their British counterparts, the drills will conclude in North Western Region today.

The drills are implemented within the framework of military cooperation between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Britain.

The Commander of the Exercise of the Saudi side Lieutenant Colonel Mohammed bin Isa Al-Harbi said that the implementation of the final operations of the exercise will be witnessed by Prince Major General Fahd bin Turki bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Commander of Royal Saudi Land Forces and Commander of Units of Paratroopers and Special Forces in the presence of representatives from the British side.

The exercises are meant to upgrade the Saudi land forces, said Assistant to the Commander of the North West region, Maj. Gen. Hussein bin Saeed Al-Ghamdi.

Source: SPA

 
 



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