Joint Military Training-2022 With Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) at Air Force Station Kalaikunda
Singapore Air Force (RSAF) began their six-week-long 11th annual Joint Military Training (JMT) on 3 November, 2022, at Air Force Station, Kalaikunda.
The air forces of these two countries have resumed this training after a gap of two years.
This training could not take place during the last two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The bilateral phase of the exercise will be conducted from November 9 to 18, 2022 and both the air forces will engage in advanced air warfare exercise.
RSAF is participating with F-16 aircraft in JMT- 2022.
Apart from this, the IAF will field Su-30 MKI, Jaguar, MiG-29 and LCA Tejas aircraft in this exercise.
The exercise underlines the strong and long standing ties between India and Singapore in the field of defence cooperation.
Objective of Joint Military Training
It aims to provide an opportunity to the participating crews to share valuable operational knowledge, experience and best practices while strengthening the professional relationship between the two Air Forces.
India's Joint Military Exercise with other countries
Mitra Shakti - India & Sri Lanka
Maitree Exercise - India & Thailand
Yudh Abhyas - India and US
Vajra Prahar - India and US
Garuda Shakti - India & Indonesia
Nomadic Elephant - India & Mongolia
Shakti Exercise - India & France
Surya Kiran - India and Nepal
SIMBEX - India and Singapore
CORPAT - India and Thailand
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