Nasl Al Bahr-IV, a bilateral naval exercise between Pakistani and UAE fleets, featured advanced naval operations, including a realistic demonstration of live weapon firings (LWF).
The drill in the North Arabian Sea was attended by Admiral Mohammed Amjad Khan Niazi, the head of the naval staff, and Brig. Abdulla Sultan, the head of the UAE navy training staff.
The fourth Nasl Al Bahr exercise between the two fleets aimed to improve interoperability, display operational readiness, and build cross-border naval cooperation.
The live shooting by the navies’ surface and aviation platforms was the exercise’s distinctive element. All units successfully engaged targets.
Admiral Niazi stated that the Pakistan Navy’s war readiness against any threats satisfied him completely. He also congratulated the two fleets for a job well done during the combined live fire practise. He asserted that the exercise’s combined experience had been “profoundly helpful” and will strengthen the navies’ connections.