Pakistan and Saudi Arabia Conduct Joint Air Exercise
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Pakistan and Saudi Arabia Conduct Joint Air Exercise

17 Jan 2011

The Pakistani (PAF) and Royal Saudi Air Forces (RSAF) are undergoing a joint air power exercise in Saudi Arabia to enhance interoperability. During the exercise, named Al Saqoor-II, which will run until 19 January, air force crew from both countries will execute air operations in near rea

The Pakistani (PAF) and Royal Saudi Air Forces (RSAF) are undergoing a joint air power exercise in Saudi Arabia to enhance interoperability.

During the exercise, named Al Saqoor-II, which will run until 19 January, air force crew from both countries will execute air operations in near realistic environments.

The PAF has deployed a contingent including F-16 and Mirage aircraft, while the RSAF has deployed F-15 aircraft for the exercise.

The exercise will benefit air force crews from both countries and enhance their professional skills.

The drills will also enable the personnel of the two air forces to become familiar with each other, according to dailytimes.com.pk.