Thursday, 26 May 2022
Drill held to deal with missile strikes targeting civilians

Drill held to deal with missile strikes targeting civilians

It also measured the response time of the forces, the capacity of mobile and field hospitals to conduct their duties, and raise the efficiency of employees in different sectors and specialties in the course of this job.

The drill also tested the mechanism of dealing with state military, safety and civilian institutions on the grounds that this missile triggered heavy loss to life and house.

The events have been supported by Maj Gen Abdullah bin Ali al Harthy, chairman of the Public Authority for Civil Defence and Ambulances (PACDA) in the presence of senior officers of Sultan’s Armed Forces (SAF), ROP, other safety and civil solutions.

The sectors of the National Committee for Civil Defence have been represented by Sultan’s Armed Forces (SAF), ROP, PACDA, the ministries of Health, Environment and Climate Affairs, and Social Development, as nicely as the sectors of the safety and civil help agencies. The activities of the demonstration started instantly following a report was sent to the operations centre of PACDA stating that a ballistic missile fell on the sports stadium. The specialised forces, automobiles and gear rushed to the incident website.

Appropriate measures have been taken to deal with human casualties and material harm. Col Mohammed bin Abdullah al Hatali, SAF stated, “Specialised units from SAF participated in the exercise. The ammunition, technical and ambulance teams played an effective role in coordination with the ROP and other civil and supporting organisations.”

Col Mubarak bin Salim al Araimi, director common of Operations and Training at PACDA, stated that coordination amongst various stakeholders at the workout was manifested as sensible demonstration.

Lt Col Juma bin Masoud al Hinai, from SAF, stated that specialists from SAF Engineering, Troops Supply Services, Royal Air Force of Oman and Royal Navy of Oman, in addition to technical teams from the Armed Forces Medical Services took component in the drill.

The teams diffused the remains of the explosive missile by means of a robot.

The occasion was aimed at guaranteeing total harmony amongst PACDA, National Civil Defence Committee, SAF and other relevant stakeholders.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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