Oman-UAE joint military exercise ‘Cooperation 3’ concludes

Abu Dhabi: The Sultan’s Armed Forces concluded their participation in the joint Omani-Emirati exercise (Taawon 3), which was carried out from 6-16 February in the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi, with the participation of a force from the Muscat Battalion of the Infantry Brigade (23) of the Royal Army.

Omani and its support elements, a number of aircraft of the Royal Air Force of Oman, and a number of ships of the Royal Navy of Oman, with the participation of military units from the land, air and sea armed forces of the sister country of the United Arab Emirates.

The exercise was concluded with a practical demonstration that included a ground attack by the joint Omani and Emirati ground forces, with the support of the joint air and sea forces represented by a group of helicopters, ships and naval boats to destroy the supposed targets, and provide support by cutting off the sea supply lines of the supposed hostile forces.

The practical demonstration of the exercise, which was carried out in the city built in the combat training center in Al-Hamra Camp, Training Brigade / 6 / of the United Arab Emirates Land Forces, on a set of operational procedures with live ammunition, in a manner that achieves the training objectives envisioned for this exercise.

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