His Majesty the King’s ship “Al-Diriyah” of the Royal Saudi Naval Forces has returned to its military duties after its contribution to the evacuation of citizens and nationals of brotherly and friendly countries from Sudan.
The commander of the “Al-Diriyah” ship, Colonel Musharraf Al-Maliki, said that after completing its humanitarian mission, the ship began sailing again to resume its usual duties, indicating that it consists of 5 main departments that include operations, navigation, armament, engineering, and supply.
He added that the ship includes the latest battle management system, a Saudi system called “Hazm”, which collects and analyzes information, which facilitates the decision-making process.
For his part, Staff Sergeant Abdullah Al-Khuzaie explained that their tasks in the operations room usually consist of dealing with air targets such as military aircraft and drones, and surface targets such as military ships and boats.
In his turn, First Sergeant Ahmed Al-Khairi stated that the ship’s tasks are to deal with subsurface targets by determining the type of danger and taking the appropriate action.