21 November 2013

Singapore and Malaysia Conclude Bilateral Military Exercise

21 November 2013


Infantry soldiers from both armies training together during a combined battalion field exercise. (photo : Sing Mindef)

Singapore Armed Forces Chief of Army Major-General Ravinder Singh and Malaysian Armed Forces Chief of Army General Datuk Raja Mohamed Affandi Bin Raja Mohamed Noor co-officiated at the closing ceremony of Exercise Semangat Bersatu this afternoon. This year's exercise, the 19th in the series of bilateral exercises between the two armies, was conducted in Singapore from 14 to 21 November 2013.

This year's exercise involved a total of 300 personnel from the 1st Battalion, Singapore Infantry Regiment (SIR) and the 10th Battalion, Royal Malay Regiment. The eight-day exercise included professional exchanges and culminated in a combined battalion field exercise. Commanding Officer 1 SIR Lieutenant Colonel Justiin Ang said that the exercise was an excellent opportunity for both armies to interact and understand each other. "The exercise helped to boost mutual understanding between the two armed forces and strengthened our professional exchanges," said LTC Ang.

First conducted in 1989, Exercise Semangat Bersatu underscores the warm and long-standing defence relations between Singapore and Malaysia.

(Sing Mindef)

3 komentar:

  1. semakin mantap ni seragam ATM

    BalasHapus
  2. Kalau melihat ke dua negara kekuatan militer lebih modernt Singapura, Malaysia sangat lembek dlm pengadaan peralatan militer dan Singapura lebih profesional personil militernya dibanding Malaysia

    BalasHapus
    Balasan
    1. Kalau gitu Singapura jauh lebih hebat dari Indonesia, kerana Indonesia lebih lembek dari Malaysia. Majulah Singapura!

      Hapus