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Land and air elements worked hand-in-hand at Exercise Forging Sabre 2021 to give a clear picture of the battlefield and find the most optimal strike asset to take down the various hostile targets.
It's the SAF's first integrated exercise since the COVID-19 pandemic, and land and air forces came together seamlessly to put their interoperability to the test.
Modern training facilities will be completed in Australia and Guam by 2028 and 2029 respectively to allow for complex and realistic training on a much larger scale.
Exercise Forging Sabre (XFS) 2017 takes integration between the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) and the Army to greater heights.
Exercise Forging Sabre 2009 was the epitome of seamless air-land integration for strike missions, boasting several “firsts” such as the first live firing using the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) and the first dropping of live 2,000-pound bombs by F-16 fighters.
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