JAKARTA, Dec. 17 (Xinhua) -- Indonesian and Singaporean air forces on Monday concluded the Joint Fighter Weapon Course (JFWC) drill that lasted for two months, reinstating 38 years of military cooperation between the two neighbor countries.
"I believe the materials trained in the military drills would be useful for further assignments in the respective air forces. The drill would further strengthen friendship and connections between personnel involved in the drill," Indonesian Air Forces Chief of Staff Yuyu Sutisna said in his remarks to close down the drill in Riau province's air force base.
The JFWC drill trained air force personnel of the two countries in air-to-air and air-to-ground attacks.
The drill began in early October, and was filled with various training programs comprised of Basic Fighter Maneuver (BFM), Air Combat Tactic (ACT), Surface Attack Tactic (SAT), Large Force Employment (LFE) and Mission Orientation Training (MOT).