On Sunday, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia announced the launch of an air exercise at a military base southeast of the capital, Riyadh, with the participation of 6 Arab countries.
According to the Saudi Press Agency “SPA”, the “Twaiq 2” maneuver was launched in the presence of the commander of Prince Sultan Air Base in the central sector, Major General Pilot Mohsen bin Saeed Al-Zahrani, and the heads of the participating delegations.
In addition to Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and the Sultanate of Oman are participating in the maneuver, along with Kuwait and Bahrain as observers, according to the agency.
The agency stated that the maneuver lasts for two weeks and includes “the planning and implementation of many sorties, and raising the operational and training readiness for tactical airdrops.”
On Friday, all the air forces participating in the maneuver arrived at Prince Sultan Air Base with all their air, technical and administrative crews, according to the agency.
And “Twaiq” is a famous mountain in Saudi Arabia that does not disappear during its viewing until a distance of 800 km, and it was formed from solid limestone, forming a mountain crescent starting from Zulfi, north of Riyadh, to be buried in the Empty Quarter near Wadi Al Dawasir, according to local media.
Source: تهامة برس by tehamapress.net.
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