ISLAMABAD - The first phase of Joint Special Operation Forces Maritime exercise Aff'aa Al Sahil between Pakistan Navy and Royal saudi Naval Forces concluded in Karachi on Wednesday.

Exercise Aff'aa Al Sahil is aimed at enhancing interoperability and sharpening the tactical proficiency in countering Maritime human trafficking, piracy and terrorism.

The exercise will help in developing synergy in operations against asymmetric and conventional threats.

Beside Exercise Aff'aa Al Sahil at Karachi, Exercise Dera Al Sahil between pak Marines and Royal saudi Naval Forces Marines is also under progress at saudi Arabia.

Exercise Aff’aa Al Sahil is a bilateral exercise being conducted annually between the two sides since 2011. Culmination of first phase will led to Sea Phase; wherein sea based Maritime Special Operations will be conducted.

Beside Exercise Aff’aa Al Sahil at Karachi, Exercise Dera Al Sahil between pak Marines and RSNF Marines is also under progress at saudi Arabia.

This exercise is aimed to enhance professional skills and practices especially in the field of Coastal Defence like demonstration for Military Operations & Urban Terrain (MOUT), Joint Beach Landing through Landing Craft Utility (LCU) and training of snipers through camouflage and concealment techniques.

 

 

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