Saudi Arabia concludes Joint Saudi, Greek “Falcon Eye 2” drill

The two-week Saudi-Greek Falcon Eye 2 exercise maneuvers concluded here today in the participation of fighter jets and crews from the Saudi airforce and their Greek counterparts aiming to strengthen bilateral collaboration between Greece and Saudi Arabia, as well as maximize military training and improve participants’ combat capabilities and interoperability.

Saudi “F-15C” and Greek “F-16” fighter jets participating in the exercise completed successful intense sorties, which included tactical counter operations, both offensive and defensive, air support operations, and air maneuvers.

Commander of the King Faisal Air Base, the drill commander, Major General Pilot Nasser bin Saeed Al-Qahtani, stressed that the Falcon Eye 2 exercise has achieved the desired goals, such as deepening the bonds of cooperation between the two friendly countries and exchanging experiences between the Royal Saudi Air Force and its Greek counterpart, raising the level of readiness and the combat skills and professional development of the participants, including pilots and ground crews.