Singapore and Indian Air Forces in Joint Training

The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) and the Indian Air Force (IAF) are conducting the Joint Military Training (JMT) 2008 programme at Kalaikunda Air Force Station, India, from 24 Nov to 17 Dec.JMT 2008 involves the deployment of the RSAF's F-16C/D fighters, RBS-70 fire unit and Portable Search and Target Acquisition Radar (PSTAR), together with the IAF's MiG-27 squadron.Besides creating opportunity for both air forces to interact and train together in realistic and challenging environments, this joint training also enhances mutual understanding and interoperability between the two air forces, and underscores the warm defence relations shared by Singapore and India.JMT 2008 is conducted under the Bilateral Agreement for the Conduct of Joint Military Training and Exercises in India between the RSAF and the IAF, which was signed in October 2007.

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