Aman 2011: Navy exercise enters sea phase

By PPI
Published: March 12, 2011
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Special Services Group naval commandos in action during the first day of the Aman-11 multinational naval exercise. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

Special Services Group naval commandos in action during the first day of the Aman-11 multinational naval exercise. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

KARACHI: Pakistan Navy’s multinational exercise, Aman 2011, entered its sea phase on Friday when ships, helicopters, submarines and special forces sailed out to the Arabian Sea.

According to a press statement, all maritime platforms participating in the exercise are working in real-threat environment. Tactical manoeuvres, replenishment at sea, transfer of men and material from one ship to another, surface firing on pre-determined targets, countering air-to-surface and surface-to-surface threats, insertion of commandos on ships through helicopters and submarine warfare exercises were conducted during the drill. Search and rescue exercises were also rehearsed.

During the harbour phase earlier, participating countries discussed the planning and execution of exercises. Standard Operating Procedures were also discussed to be implemented during the sea phase. The sea phase will be followed by analysis.

Published in The Express Tribune, March 12th, 2011.

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