Training of the MV-22 aircraft as part of the African Lion 2021 military exercise towards the city of Don-Dan. Credit: Facebook page of the US Embassy in Rabat.
A group of military observers from thirteen countries attended the Cape Draw (north of Don-Dan) on Tuesday, the operational activities of the Moroccan-American integrated African Lion 2021.
Colonel Hassan Iduch, in charge of training at Cape Draw, pointed out that the presence of these military spectators confirms the international dimension of the integrated training of the African Lion 2021.
In a statement to the MAP, he recalled that the exercise was being held until June 18 on government instructions, and that there were several FAR units in the Cape Dra region, in addition to other US military units. United and Senegal.
The objectives of this training are to strengthen the maneuvering capabilities of the participating units, to coordinate the platform in the planning and conduct of joint operations, and to train the wind components in conducting combat, support and air refueling operations.
On this occasion, the military coordinator near the US Embassy in Rabat presented Colonel Hassan Idos on behalf of the Moroccan soldiers at Cape Draw, presenting him with a medal recognizing the perfect coordination and expertise shown by the elements of the military. The movement of this exercise.
As part of the African Lion 21, a set of exercises was held on Tuesday at the military port of Agadir to assess the effectiveness of the Royal Armed Forces’ (USS-FAR) Rescue and Rescue Division in dealing with the nuclear supply crisis situation. , Radiation, Biology and Chemistry (NRPC) Risks.
The 17th Moroccan-US integrated exercise will include thousands of international fighters and large-scale ground equipment, air and sea, in the areas of Agadir, Diffnit, Don-Dan, Mehbs (Krier Lapohit), Tafraud, Ben Queer and Kenitra.
In addition to the United States and the Kingdom of Morocco, the exercise also involves Great Britain, Brazil, Canada, Tunisia, Senegal, the Netherlands, Italy and the Atlantic Alliance. Thirty countries representing Africa, Europe and the United States.