Rumbling Wave

“Rumbling Wave” is the name of a Lebanese Armed Forces maneuver carried out by the Lebanese Navy on the shores of Jounieh/Maameltein on the 21st of September 2011. The drill was held in conjunction with units from the Air Force and some Army brigades and regiments, as well as units of the General Security, the Customs, the Directorate of road and maritime transport, the Civil Defense and the Lebanese Red Cross Foundation.

The exercise aims was the training for the interception of a supposed terrorist group proceeding in the cut off the main coastal highway and detaining hostages, the exercise also included a raid on suspect vessels in territorial waters.

The Lebanese Navy EDIC III ‘Sour’ & ‘Damour’ LCTs disembarking Lebanese Army M113 on the shores of Jounieh/Maameltein.

Photo Credits: Lebanese Army website.

More photos with the exclusive event coverage by Elite Group Lebanon:

Lebanese Army M113A2s of an Intervention regiment during the maneuver. (Elite Group Lebanon)
Lebanese Army M113A2s of an Intervention regiment disembarking from the EDIC-III. (Elite Group Lebanon)
The Lebanese Army sole M88A1 during the maneuver. (Elite Group Lebanon)
Lebanese Army M60A3s and M1008 of the 1st Armored Regiment during the maneuver. (Elite Group Lebanon)
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