11 November 2015
Su-30MKM (photo : airshow)
LABUAN (Bernama) -- The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) is conducting the PARADISE Exercise 2/2015 involving paradrop deepstrike insertion extraction today until Nov 22 from its base, here.
A statement from the Public Relations Department of the RMAF headquarters at the Defence Ministry, said the exercise would in Sabah's air space and waters.
Throughout the exercise, the RMAF aircraft will fly low during the day and night over a number of areas in Sabah's air space that have been gazetted as the exercise locations.
The RMAF's aircraft involved in this exercise include the F/A-18D Hornet, Su-30MKM and Hawk 108/208 fighter jets, C130H, KC130 and CN235 transport planes and EC725 and Nuri helicopters.
The public is advised not to panic or be unduly worried if they see the RMAF aircraft flying low during the duration of the exercise.
The exercise is being conducted by the RMAF to ensure its capabilities and preparedness are at the best level, especially in safeguarding the country's air space.