Native Fury military exercise in Abu Dhabi draws to close

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The US and UAE armed forces took part in the Native Fury military exercise in Abu Dhabi. All photos by Jon Gambrell for AP Photo

An Emirati armoured personnel carrier charges into the water

A Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk swoops into view during the training operation

An Emirati Boeing CH-47 Chinook takes off during the exercise at a base in Abu Dhabi

Emirati troops disembark an Emirati Boeing CH-47 Chinook

Emirati forces advance by land and air during the exercise at an Emirati military base

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The National

March 24, 2020

March 24, 2020

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A joint military exercise involving the UAE and the US has been hailed a success after it finished on Monday.

Armed forces from both nations sharpened their skills in a range of combat scenarios during the Native Fury operation in Abu Dhabi.

The final day of the training drill was attended by John Rakolta, the US ambassador to the UAE.

"The exercise demonstrated the combat and professionalism of both forces in applying the concept of command and control, to jointly hit their targets with accuracy and effectiveness," said Brig Tariq Al Zaabi, director of Native Fury.

The operation was key to continuing efforts by the allies to bring about regional and international stability.

Updated: March 24, 2020 02:09 AM

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