Saudi and US ground forces begin ‘Falcon Claws 4’ military exercise

Saudi and US ground forces begin joint military exercise in the Kingdom’s northwestern region. (Twitter/@modgovksa)
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Saudi and US ground forces begin joint military exercise in the Kingdom’s northwestern region. (Twitter/@modgovksa)
Saudi and US ground forces begin joint military exercise in the Kingdom’s northwestern region. (SPA)
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Saudi and US ground forces begin joint military exercise in the Kingdom’s northwestern region. (SPA)
Saudi and US ground forces begin joint military exercise in the Kingdom’s northwestern region. (SPA)
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Saudi and US ground forces begin joint military exercise in the Kingdom’s northwestern region. (SPA)
Saudi and US ground forces begin joint military exercise in the Kingdom’s northwestern region. (Twitter/@modgovksa)
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Saudi and US ground forces begin joint military exercise in the Kingdom’s northwestern region. (Twitter/@modgovksa)
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Updated 09 June 2021

Saudi and US ground forces begin ‘Falcon Claws 4’ military exercise

Saudi and US ground forces begin joint military exercise in the Kingdom’s northwestern region. (Twitter/@modgovksa)
  • The drill aims to strengthen mutual military relations between the two countries
  • It also aims to prepare to combat any external threats

RIYADH: The Royal Saudi Land Forces (RSLF) launched a joint exercise with their US counterparts in Saudi Arabia’s northwestern region, the ministry of defense said.
The “Falcon Claws 4” drill aims to strengthen mutual military relations between the two countries and unify military concepts through joint action between the forces of both sides.
It also aims to “exchange military information and experiences, improve compatibility between military equipment and doctrines, raise the level of readiness and ability to work with friendly forces, and to prepare to combat any external threats,” the ministry said.