Omani-British ‘Swift Sword 3’ Military Exercise Launched

ONA19.10.2018 Oman
Omani-British ‘Swift Sword 3’ Military Exercise Launched

Omani-British ‘Swift Sword 3’ Military Exercise Launched

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The Omani-British joint military exercise ‘Swift Sword 3’ was launched Wednesday after the military, security and civil organizations had completed (Al Shomoukh 2) military exercise, which was concluded with a number of strikes against the hypothetical enemy troops.

Lt. General Ahmed bin Harith al-Nabhani, Chief-of-Staff of the Sultan’s Armed Forces (SAF), Exercise Director, hailed the achievements made at (Al Shomoukh 2 exercise), Oman News Agency (ONA) reported.

He pointed out that the training objectives that were achieved should be a source of pride for Oman and its loyal people.

The SAF Chief of Staff (Exercise Director) thanked all military, security and civil organizations taking part at the exercise and hoped that this level of harmony should be maintained during the joint military exercise (Swift Sword 3) to achieve the national objective; serving the country and His Majesty the Sultan, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces.

The SAF Chief of Staff (Exercise Director) thanked the Royal British Forces taking part at the (Swift Sword 3) for their preparations to commence the exercise. He hailed their level of operations and the efforts made by the British forces commands. He added that the exercise provides a good opportunity for sharing experiences in the planning and training fields, as well as activities of implementation.

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