‘Hamad-3’ military drill, which was jointly implemented by Bahrain Defense Force (BDF) and the Egyptian armed forces, concluded Sunday in the presence of BDF Assistant Chief-of-Staff for Human Resources Major General Sheikh Ali bin Rashid Al Khalifa.
Many field military tactics were carried out throughout the exercise to develop operational capabilities and combat readiness by exchanging expertise with the Egyptian armed forces, according to Bahrain News Agency (BNA).
The drill also contributed to fostering military cooperation between the two brotherly countries and boosting combat capabilities of the BDF weaponry to handle various challenges.
Earlier, Bahrain Defense Force (BDF) Commander-in-Chief Field Marshal Sheikh Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa praised the high standards applied in the course of Hamad 3 Joint Military Exercise which will achieve maximum benefit by opening various horizons to avail from the expertise of our brethren regarding war and combat techniques to enrich experiences and hone and develop them to learn the latest developments and modernization in this field to build a strong forces capable of highly-efficient performance of assigned duties.
The BDF Commander cited the significance of this joint drill and its effective role in boosting combat proficiency and operational and tactical capabilities via the exchange of expertise and field skills between the participating forces in the various aspects of combat operations and raise combat readiness to tackle any threats in battlefields.
The BDF Commander-in-Chief expressed his pride in what he felt in terms of the cooperation spirit and joint work between the BDF and Egypt Armed Forces demonstrated throughout the various stages of the naval and air forces exercise aimed to boost the cooperation and coordination and to gain more field expertise to tackle the various challenges.