The Royal Saudi Land Force in Corsica

From October 1 to October 18, 2012 took place in Corsica the military exercise “Tigre 2” jointly organized by French and Saudi special forces.
After a first week of training, the tactical phase of the exercise began on October 9 across the entire island.

The exercise was conducted bilaterally by a Franco-Saudi command in charge of coordinating land, sea and air units. Units of the French Commandement des Opérations Spéciales (COS) were deployed on the ground and implemented their specific procedures.

A Royal Saudi Land Force UH-60L Black Hawk recovering a French Army Commando Group.
A Royal Saudi Land Force UH-60L Black Hawk recovering a French Army Commando Group.

 

A Royal Saudi Land Force UH-60L Black Hawk and a French Army EC 725 Caracal.
French Army COS ans RSLF Saeqa Airborne Brigade soldiers together in front of an RSLF UH-60L Black Hawk.
A RSLF UH-60L Black Hawk disembarking troops of the RSLF 64th Saeqa Airborne Brigade on Solenzara AFB.
Troops of the RSLF 64th Saeqa Airborne Brigade on Solenzara AFB, Corsica.

 

French Army COS ans RSLF Saeqa Airborne Brigade soldiers running toward an RSLF UH-60L Black Hawk.

 

French Army COS ans RSLF Saeqa Airborne Brigade soldiers getting ready to board a Royal Saudi Air Force C-130 Hercules.

 

A Royal Saudi Land Force M1151 of the Saeqa Airborne Brigade during the exercise.
A RSLF M1151 of the Saeqa Airborne Brigade during the exercise.
A RSLF M1151 of the Saeqa Airborne Brigade during the exercise.
A RSLF M1151 of the Saeqa Airborne Brigade next to an RSAF C-130 Hercules during the exercise.

 

 

Source: Ministère de la Defense

 

 

 

 

 

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