‘Aerial Warfare and Missile Defense Center 2022’ Drill kicks off in UAE with participation of RSAF
Al Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates Monday saw the launch of the 25-day “Aerial Warfare and Missile Defense Center 2022” Drill with the participation of the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) and forces of the UAE, Greece, Oman, France, Germany, India, the UK, the USA, and Australia.
Commander of the Royal Saudi Air Force group participating in the drill Lt. Col. Mohammed Bin Said Al-Ahmari said: “The Air Force is participating with six Tornado aircrafts with their full aerial and technical staff.”
He noted that the drill aims to train in air combat operations in an alliance of international forces and to take advantage of the application of the concept of joint action in a war environment similar to real war.
It also aims to exchange military expertise in planning and implementation with the participating brotherly and friendly countries and raising the readiness and combat efficiency of supporting air and technical crews, as well as strengthening international relations between the participating countries.
Al-Ahmari said that the exercise went through several stages that were preceded by forming work teams and preparatory meetings.