The King attends the Flotex22 maneuvers in Rota, “the largest annual training exercise”

King Felipe VI witnessed the Flotex22 maneuvers, “the largest annual training exercise” in Rota (Cadiz) this Wednesday, according to Navy General Staff Admiral Antonio Martorell, which began last Monday.

Thus, by 24 June, more than 50 units and 4,000 troops from the Navy, the Army, the Air Force, NATO and Euromarfor groups, parts of the United States, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, the United Kingdom and Belgium will take part in maneuvers that represent a qualitative leap in their own training and allow an assessment of their capabilities and the degree of interoperability and coordination between units of different origins, ideally composed of the waters of Cadiz Bay, Strait and Sea Alboran and Sierra del Retin training camp in Barbata. .

It should be remembered that due to the nature of advanced training, Flotex provides the ideal training environment for the full range of naval operations, including mine, anti-submarine, surface, anti-aircraft and airborne operations.

As the Navy has emphasized, as it advances in improving new capabilities that have already been the focus of Flotex 21, special attention is being paid to staff recovery, thanks to the air capacity provided by helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft; and information warfare, which covers all aspects of information: RRSS, cyber warfare or public information.

The exercise is scheduled by Navy Admiral Eugenio Diaz del Rio as part of advanced training and will be led by the Commander-in-Chief of the Marines (Comgeim), Division General Rafael Roldan Tudela, supported by his command function from the General Staff of the Navy. high readiness (CGMAD).

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