Six students from the Royal Jordanian Naval Force have completed the CENTRIXS secure communications training course provided by officers from CTF 152 and held at their headquarters in Bahrain. Upon graduation, the Jordanian students were presented with a CENTRIXS Course Completion Certificate.
In line with the visions of the Commander of the Combined Maritime Forces, and based on the guidance of the Commander of CTF 152, the CENTRIXS course provides training to military maritime partners to ensure the ability for forces to communicate over secure means. This allows for better communication and coordination between maritime operations centers throughout the Gulf region. It also facilitates interoperability between nations, enhancing their ability to conduct maritime security operations in the region.
The graduates will work on the Battle Watch floor for a period of three months in order to gain important experience and knowledge of maritime operations in a complex region.
Cdr Omar Al-Alodat said: “I am very satisfied with the commitment and professionalism shown by the graduates during their coursework. I look forward to these sailors developing their skills here in Bahrain and applying that knowledge in the future. I am delighted that they may return here again as staff, or even commanders, working to keep the Gulf safe and secure for all legitimate mariners.”