Greece & Egypt air forces top off a joint training exercise

At a Greece air base, the Egypt and Greece air forces concluded a combat aircraft training exercise.

The training comprised a number of collaborative flights, instruction on long-range air operations, experience exchanges. Also training in managing air operations, according to Egypt’s military spokesperson.

It was part of large-scale joint exercises involving both countries’ armed forces. As well as efforts to improve military cooperation.

As part of combined military training that will go through October 29. Egyptian paratroopers and Russian air landing forces participated in a variety of activities and events.

At the Mohamed Naguib Military Base, Egyptian border guards and Sudanese infantry components are also taking part in the training. Which will go until October 29.

The Egyptian border guard chief described the drill as “a wonderful environment for sharing experiences” in border security. He also delivered the congratulations of Lt. Gen. Mohammad Zaki.  Also Egyptian armed forces commander-in-chief and minister of defence and military production. Also Lt. Gen. Mohammad Farid, Sudanese armed forces chief of staff.

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Lectures and practical exercises were part of the training activities. Which intended to improve border security and combat smuggling, infiltration, and illegal immigration.

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