RMAF F/A-18D Hornet (photo : Airliners)
BUTTERWORTH (Bernama) - The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) and the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) will foucus on information warfare in the next Angsa (Air and Sea – Angkasa dan Samudera) Exercise, said RMN Deputy Chief Laksamana Madya Datok Mohammed Noordin Ali.
He said the field had never been fully explore by the Armed Forces, particularly in training their men on military cyber crimes to tackle such threats.
“Information warfare threatens the nation as the enemy can either send false information or misinformation and manipulate whatever information received, among other things, via cyberspace,” he said.
Mohammed Noordin was speaking to reporters after closing the Angsa exercise at the Butterworth Military Air Base here Friday.
Meanwhile at the same function, RMAF operations chief Lieutenant-General Datuk Sri Ackbal Abdul Samad proposed the Angsa Exercise time-frame be extended to ensure the readiness of every military officer.