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Bilateral Exercise SEA THUNDER-IV Between PAKISTAN NAVY and Indonesian Navy Concluded In Arabian Sea:

The Bilateral Naval Exercise SEA THUNDER-IV between the Special Operation Forces (SOF) of PAKISTAN NAVY and Indonesian Navy successfully concluded in the Arabian Sea.

           

The SEA THUNDER is a bilateral Naval Exercise conducted annually by the Special Operation Forces of PAKISTAN and Indonesian Navies. This is the 4th Successive Naval Exercise of the Series.

Sea Thunder-IV Exercise

The Bilateral Naval Exercise SEA THUNDER-IV was held in the Arabian Sea and lasted for Seven whole days.

Sea Thunder-IV Exercise Successfully Concluded in Arabian Sea

The basic purpose and aim of the Naval Exercise was to improve the interoperability and coordination between the Naval Special Operation Forces, Strengthen the military to military relationship and to benefit from the experience and expertise of the Counter Terrorism Operations between the two friendly countries.

During the Bilateral Naval Exercise SEA THUNDER-IV, different tactical Maritime Counter Terrorism Operations, including Maritime Interdiction Operations (MIOs) were also performed on the sea. The Special Operation Naval Forces of both the friendly countries remarkably coordinated VBSR operations (Visit Board Search & Rescue Operations).

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Sea Thunder-IV Exercise Participants

The Bilateral Exercise SEA THUNDER-IV was rehearsed on PAKISTAN NAVY state of the art War Ships, Sea King Helicopters and Speed/Missile Boats in the sea. The Bilateral Naval Exercise SEA THUNDER-IV successfully concluded in the Arabian Sea.

Sea Thunder-IV Exercise Between PAKISTAN and Indonesian Navy

The Bilateral Exercise SEA THUNDER-IV is a reflection of strong military to military cooperation between the Naval Forces of both the friendly countries. The professional experience gained during the bilateral Naval Exercises will reward mutual benefit and it will also further strengthen the bilateral cooperation between the Special Operation Naval Forces of both the countries.

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