RAF Lossiemouth Typhoons arrive in Malaysia

A Royal Air Force Typhoon lands at RMAF Butterworth, Malaysia, in order to participate in Exercise Bersama Lima 19.

Royal Air Force (RAF) Typhoon aircraft and personnel from II (Army Co-Operation) Squadron, RAF Lossiemouth, have deployed to Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) Butterworth in Penang, Malaysia, in order to participate in Exercise Bersama Lima 19.

BL19 is an annual Five Powers Defence Arrangement (FPDA) Maritime/Air Field Training Exercise (FTX) and Joint Command Post Exercise (CPX) conducted to enhance the operability and mutual co-operation among the FPDA nations.  The Ex is sponsored on a rotational basis between the armed forces of Malaysia and the Republic of Singapore and facilitated by HQ Integrated Area Defence System (IADS).  The Ex also aims to develop the integration of Air, Maritime and Land forces to promote interoperability whilst exercising FPDA combined and joint doctrines at the tactical and operational levels.
A Royal Air Force Typhoon lands at RMAF Butterworth, Malaysia, in order to participate in Exercise Bersama Lima 19. Royal Air Force (RAF) Typhoon aircraft and personnel from II (Army Co-Operation) Squadron, RAF Lossiemouth, have deployed to Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) Butterworth in Penang, Malaysia, in order to participate in Exercise Bersama Lima 19. BL19 is an annual Five Powers Defence Arrangement (FPDA) Maritime/Air Field Training Exercise (FTX) and Joint Command Post Exercise (CPX) conducted to enhance the operability and mutual co-operation among the FPDA nations. The Ex is sponsored on a rotational basis between the armed forces of Malaysia and the Republic of Singapore and facilitated by HQ Integrated Area Defence System (IADS). The Ex also aims to develop the integration of Air, Maritime and Land forces to promote interoperability whilst exercising FPDA combined and joint doctrines at the tactical and operational levels.

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