Exercise Missile Air War Center 2021 launched at Al-Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates
ABU DHABI – Exercises for the 2021 Missile Air War Center began Sunday at Al-Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates with the participation of the Saudi Royal Air Force (SRAF) / F-15s SE, as well as other air forces from the United Arab Emirates. other friendly countries.
The commander of the exercise, Pilot Colonel Ayedh Bin Saeed Al-Qahtani, said the exercise had been prepared with the utmost professionalism and the highest levels of safety measures, benefiting from previous lessons of similar exercises, to represent the Saudi armed forces in the best possible way, adding that the exercise went through several stages, preceded by the formation of working groups and the preparatory meetings that followed.
He added that the exercise aims to raise the level of combat readiness of the SRAF and to support the operational relationship links between our air forces and participating counterparts.
He noted that the exercise included different activities including enemy air capabilities, removal of enemy air defenses and tactical air operations, striking of hostile ground targets, detection and destruction of enemy radar sites, engagement with enemy interception aircraft, the conduct of strategic attack operations and air support operations. for land forces.
He concluded that the participation of air forces from several countries in the exercise helps to develop scenarios very similar to what can happen on the ground, and also allows aircrews to communicate with their participating peers, which will equip the practical experiences. some participants. that contribute to the full accomplishment of tasks. – SPA