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Pak-Saudi On Job Training 2024

April 2024

Hosted by the Multan Corps at Okara Garrison, the program emphasized cultural exchange and combat readiness to address modern warfare challenges. As it concluded, it left a legacy of cooperation, poised to address shared security challenges and promote peace in the region.



Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have long maintained close diplomatic and joint military ties. These ties serve as a testament to their strategic partnership, aimed at enhancing interoperability, fostering mutual defense capabilities, and bolstering regional security. Among the myriad collaborations between the two countries, their joint military training stands out as a beacon of strength and cooperation, fostering mutual defense capabilities and bolstering regional security in a volatile landscape.
The Multan Corps has previously hosted the Royal Saudi Land Forces (RSLF) troops on four occasions, organizing training at Multan Garrison. This time, the training was conducted at Okara Garrison. Frontier Force (FF) Regiment was responsible for developing a systematic curriculum and ensuring a conducive environment for the comfortable stay of the RSLF contingent. The On Job Training for the fifth batch of RSLF troops took place for 45 days from January 15 to February 28. During this period, bonds were forged, skills were refined, and the cohesion between Pakistan and Saudi troops grew stronger.
Amidst the vast expanse of Pakistan's military training grounds, a meticulously crafted training program took shape, carefully tailored to synchronize with the existing training regime of the Mechanized Infantry Battalion Company. The program unfolded in tiers, each aimed at instilling the fundamentals of mechanized warfare while fostering camaraderie across borders. For the RSLF troops, their journey began within the confines of FF Training Ground, where four weeks of intensive indoor training awaited. Here, they delved into the intricacies of weaponry and equipment utilized by a MIB Company. Classes led by qualified instructors illuminated the tactics employed by the MIB, with daily sessions enriched by practical demonstrations and live fire exercises on the ranges.
True mastery of warfare demands more than theoretical knowledge; it requires immersion in the heat of battle. Therefore, the RSLF troops embarked on two weeks of outdoor training, venturing beyond the classroom to test their mettle in realistic battle scenarios. At CTC Multan, they honed their skills in sub-conventional warfare, practicing room clearance drills, casualty evacuation procedures, establishment of checkpoints, rope rappelling, helicopter mounting and dismounting drills, and carrying out minor tactical operations.



Amidst the rugged terrain of Khairpur Tamewali, they witnessed firsthand how a Mechanized Infantry Battalion Company carries out quick attack integrated with armor support. The training culminated in a full-scale battle inoculation exercise.
Yet, amidst the rigors of military training, moments of respite beckoned. Inland tours provided the RSLF troops with a glimpse into the rich tapestry of Pakistani military life. From visits to Armor, Engineers, Supply, and Artillery units to educational excursions to Cadet College Okara, they gained insights into the multifaceted nature of military operations and the education system in Pakistan. Recreational outings to Multan and Bahawalpur Garrisons offered moments of relaxation, while visits to Romanza Golf & Country Club and Lal Sohanra Park provided a welcome reprieve from the rigors of training.
As the six-week training regime unfolded, its objectives loomed large, guiding every lesson and exercise with a clear sense of purpose. At its core lay the mission to forge not just soldiers but leaders capable of navigating the complexities of modern warfare with confidence and skill.
Combat leadership and management skills were the pillars upon which the training program was built. From the intricacies of tactical decision-making to the art of unit coordination, every aspect of the curriculum was designed to mold trainees into potential junior leaders, poised to excel on the battlefield.
Central to this endeavor was the development of a comprehensive understanding of mechanized battle drills and procedures. Through rigorous training, the RSLF troops were acquainted with the fundamental roles and functions of various military outfits within a formation, laying the groundwork for seamless cooperation in the heat of combat.
Yet, true readiness on the battlefield demanded more than just technical proficiency; it required a deep-seated understanding of the ever-changing nature of warfare. Thus, outdoor training sessions immersed the trainees in the realities of warfare, from the complexities of urban combat to the challenges of night marching and the nuances of infantry-tank cooperation. These experiences instilled in them not just the skills, but also the mindset required to thrive in the unforgiving theater of war.
As the training program progressed, its significance reverberated far beyond the confines of military strategy, echoing the deep-seated commitment of Pakistan and Saudi Arabia to a strategic partnership. Through the exchange of knowledge and expertise, both nations aimed to bolster their tactical proficiency, operational readiness and strategic planning. From the intricacies of counterterrorism to the complexities of urban and mechanized warfare, troops from Pakistan and Saudi Arabia seized the opportunity to refine their skills, ensuring they stood ready to face the challenges of modern warfare with unwavering strength and precision.
Yet, amidst the tactical maneuvers and strategic planning, a deeper goal emerged: synergism. Recognizing that effective coordination and cooperation were paramount in joint military operations, the training program placed a strong emphasis on fostering interoperability. 
As the training program drew to a close, the legacy of the partnership between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia endured, a testament to their shared commitment to peace, security and the enduring bond of friendship that bound their nations together. In the crucible of training, amidst the echoes of gunfire and the camaraderie of shared experiences, the strategic partnership between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia is expected to flourish, standing as a beacon of stability in an ever-changing world.
In conclusion, the collaborative On Job Training program between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia serves as a testament to the deepening strategic partnership between these two nations. Through a comprehensive six-week regimen focused on enhancing military capabilities, fostering interoperability and promoting cultural exchange, both countries have demonstrated their unwavering commitment to mutual defense and cooperation.
 

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