LNA tests surface-to-surface missiles

Alwasat - Cairo Wed 09 Mar 2022, 05:51 PM
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Libyan National Army (LNA) forces carried out a shooting exercise with "Al-Karama surface-to-surface missiles" on Wednesday under the supervision of Marshal Khalifa Haftar.

The exercise witnessed the launch of 4 missiles, with one target located 200 km and 242 meters away from the launch area, according to a statement by the General Command's Information Office.

The statement pointed out that the target, which is located southwest of the city of Tobruk, was hit, adding that Haftar decided to hand out exceptional promotions to the participants in the exercise.

On Tuesday, Marshal Khalifa Haftar inaugurated the Al-Karama Specialized Educational School at the General Command's 106th Brigade, in the presence of Chief of General Staff Lieutenant-General Abdel Razek Al-Nadori and a number of military leaders.

The General Command's Information Office said that the school was equipped with the latest technologies to keep pace with development and prepare combat members in the management of weapons.

Tuesday's appearance by Haftar was the first since December 21, 2021, when he participated in a Benghazi meeting held by presidential candidates.

LNA tests surface-to-surface missiles
LNA tests surface-to-surface missiles
LNA tests surface-to-surface missiles
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