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US 378th Air Expeditionary Wing trains Royal Saudi Air Force Police Wing members in counter UAS exercise


Personnel from the US 378th Air Expeditionary Wing trained with Royal Saudi Air Force Police Wing members in a joint counter unmanned aerial system exercise Jan. 27, 2021 at Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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US 378th Air Expeditionary Wing trains Royal Saudi Air Force Police Wing members in counter UAS exercise With the Dronebuster, the operator can quickly intercept the drone command link and command the drone to descend or go home. All the operator must do is aim the Dronebuster at the drone and pull the trigger (Picture source: US Air Force)


During the exercise, security forces from the 378th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron, explosive ordnance technicians from 378th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron and Marines from the 2nd Low Altitude Aerial Defense Battalion practiced and refined anti-drone tactics, techniques and procedures.

The exercise allowed USAF, USMC and RSAF personnel to learn from one another while strengthening partnerships and enhancing base defense capabilities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Leala Marquez)


US 378th Air Expeditionary Wing trains Royal Saudi Air Force Police Wing members in counter UAS exercise 02 The exercise allowed USAF, USMC and RSAF personnel to learn from one another while strengthening partnerships and enhancing base defense capabilities (Picture source: US Air Force)