Royal Saudi Naval Forces complete Medusa-11 joint exercise in Crete

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Wed, 2021-11-24 23:38

LONDON: The Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF) concluded a joint exercise in the south of the Greek island of Crete in the Mediterranean, with the participation of a number of countries.
Rear Admiral Mohammed Al-Gharibi, RSNF deputy commander, attended the conclusion of the exercise, on behalf of Chief of the General Staff Lt. Gen. Fayyad Al-Ruwaili, the Saudi defense ministry said on Wednesday.
The Medusa-11 exercise included a number of naval battle maneuvers, formations and amphibious operations, including storming coastlines, as well as an air show of combat helicopters and aircraft equipped with anti-submarine systems. 

The Medusa-11 exercise included a number of naval battle maneuvers, formations and amphibious operations. (Twitter/@modgovksa)
The Medusa-11 exercise included a number of naval battle maneuvers, formations and amphibious operations. (Twitter/@modgovksa)
The Medusa-11 exercise included a number of naval battle maneuvers, formations and amphibious operations. (Twitter/@modgovksa)
The Medusa-11 exercise included a number of naval battle maneuvers, formations and amphibious operations. (Twitter/@modgovksa)
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