Royal Saudi Land Forces continue ‘Falcon Claws 4’ exercise with US forces

The exercise aims to train in command and control operations and improve compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides. (SPA)
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The exercise aims to train in command and control operations and improve compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides. (SPA)
The exercise aims to train in command and control operations and improve compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides. (SPA)
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The exercise aims to train in command and control operations and improve compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides. (SPA)
The exercise aims to train in command and control operations and improve compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides. (SPA)
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The exercise aims to train in command and control operations and improve compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides. (SPA)
The exercise aims to train in command and control operations and improve compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides. (SPA)
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The exercise aims to train in command and control operations and improve compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides. (SPA)
The exercise aims to train in command and control operations and improve compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides. (SPA)
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The exercise aims to train in command and control operations and improve compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides. (SPA)
The exercise aims to train in command and control operations and improve compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides. (SPA)
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The exercise aims to train in command and control operations and improve compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides. (SPA)
The exercise aims to train in command and control operations and improve compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides. (SPA)
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The exercise aims to train in command and control operations and improve compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides. (SPA)
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Updated 21 June 2021

Royal Saudi Land Forces continue ‘Falcon Claws 4’ exercise with US forces

Royal Saudi Land Forces continue ‘Falcon Claws 4’ exercise with US forces
  • The exercise began last week in the Kingdom’s northwestern region

RIYADH: The Royal Saudi Land Forces continued a joint exercise with counterparts from the US Forces, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Defense said on Sunday.
The “Falcon Claws 4” exercise began last week in the Kingdom’s northwestern region.

“This exercise comes as an extension of the joint exercises between the two friendly countries, with the aim of training in command and control operations, indirect shooting training, offensive combat transport, explosives disposal, and improving the compatibility between the military equipment of the two sides,” the ministry said.