Saudi-Egyptian naval training begins|Arab News Japan

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  • The Morgan-17 exercises aim to enhance joint cooperation between the navies of both countries
  • The ongoing Tabul-5 exercises in the Kingdom involve Saudi and Egyptian special forces, infantry, armored vehicles and various specialized weapons

Mohammed Abu Zaid

CAIRO: Joint training between the Saudi and Egyptian navies has begun and will last for several days.

The Morgan-17 exercises include “many theoretical lectures and training conferences, as well as implementing many practical activities, including the implementation of several tactical shootings by the naval special forces of both sides with various small arms, as well as the implementation of surface-to-surface artillery firing on a target, carrying out surface-to-air shooting at an air target, and executing sailing formations,” said Egyptian Army spokesman Ghareeb Abdel Hafez.

Morgan-17 “aims to enhance joint cooperation between the navies of both countries, unify the operational concepts between the two sides in the methods of carrying out naval tasks against various threats, and train crews of naval units on the tasks of various naval wars and special forces tasks, which contributes to raising the combat efficiency of the navies of both countries,” he added.

The ongoing Tabuk-5 exercises in the Kingdom involve Saudi and Egyptian special forces, infantry, armored vehicles and various specialized weapons.

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