Navy Chief Attends  S. Africa Defense Expo
Navy Chief Attends  S. Africa Defense Expo

Navy Chief Attends S. Africa Defense Expo

Navy Chief Attends S. Africa Defense Expo

Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari visited an exhibition of military equipment in Pretoria, South Africa. Heading a military delegation, the senior commander has traveled to attend Africa Aerospace and Defense show, a biennial event held in September, at the invitation of his South African counterpart, Tasnim News Agency reported. Sayyari and his team arrived in Johannesburg on Monday. Africa Aerospace and Defense is one of the world's major military exhibitions that not only showcases the most recent advances in the aerospace industry, but also a range of arms used by the ground forces and naval units. The exhibition is underway at Waterkloof Air Force Base in Centurion, near Pretoria. The event includes an air show comprising a world-class air demonstration, mobility track demonstrations, parachute drops, aerobatic displays and other static displays from some of the biggest names in the aviation and defense industry, according to the expo's website.


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