Soldiers from the Omani Coastal Regiment and Royal Marines from 40 Commando conduct joint amphibious training as part of Saif Sareea 3.
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Royal Marines from Alpha and Bravo Company, 40 Commando conduct joint amphibious landing training with the Royal Army of Oman’s Coastal Regiment whilst deployed on SaifSareea3.
Utilising Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel (LCVP), Landing Craft Utility (LCU) and Off-Shore Raiding Crafts (ORCs) from 539 Assault Squadron Royal Marines, the Commandos and Coastal Regiment conduct WADER training as part of the amphibious integration package.
The troops were launched from HMS Albion and RFA Lyme Bay, training a joint capability to project a small and specialised force from ship to shore.
“Soldiers from the Omani Coastal Regiment and Royal Marines from 40 Commando conduct joint amphibious training as part of SaifSareea3. Landed by craft from 539 Assault Squadron, the training provided an excellent opportunity for the Omani Coastal Regiment and Marines to bond and get to know each other as well as develop their skills ahead of the SaifSareea tactical exercise.”
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Photographer: George Eatwell