Indian Air Force and Royal Air Force of Oman to hold joint exercise


A five-day joint exercise by Indian Air Force (IAF) and Royal Air Force of Oman (RAFO) commenced on Monday at IAF base in Jamnagar. This is the fourth bilateral air exercise named “Ex Eastern Bridge-IV” between the two countries.

The Royal Air Force of Oman contingent arrived at the IAF station in Jamnagar on January 14 to participate in Eastern Bridge IV and they were welcomed by Air Officer Commanding- IAF Station- Jamnagar, Sanjay Nimesh.

In this edition of the exercise, both air forces will participate in joint air defence and offensive counter air missions for which the difficulty levels will be increased gradually to large force engagements. This joint exercise will help consolidate the military ties between India and Oman and provide exposure to the participants. Read more

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