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Semangat Bersatu Strengthen Relations Between Malaysia And Singapore Army

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JOHOR – Today, March 24, 2022, at the Felda Ulu Tebrau General Area, the Malaysian Army (TDM) and the Singapore Army (SA) held the official closing ceremony for the SEMANGAT BERSATU Exercise Series 26/2022.

The “Battalion Final Attack” was held at the training area. The Chief of Army, General Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Zamrose bin Mohd Zain, was there, along with his counterpart from Singapore, Brigadier General Neo Chin Wee David, and delegations from both countries.

“Strengthening Defense Relations.”

This is an annual exercise between TDM and the SA that involves both countries. TDM is made up of the Sixth Battalion of the Royal Ranger Regiment (6 RRR), the Fifth Battalion of the Royal Malay Army Regiment (5 RMR), the 10th Battalion of the Royal Malay Army Regiment (10 RMR), the 501st Territorial Army Regiment (501 TA Regiment), and the Malaysian Third Infantry Division Troops (3 Div Troops). Officers and soldiers from the 1st Battalion Singapore Guards were involved with SA.

The exercise, which started on March 18, 2022, was called “Operation Offensive,” and it consisted of two phases of regular war.

During the “Offensive Phase” of this exercise, attack scenarios were used to test the level of skill and knowledge of each exercise participant from both countries.

General Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Zamrose bin Mohd Zain, and Singapore’s, Brigadier General Neo Chin Wee David. (Image by: Militaryleak)

Tan Sri COA said in his speech that the goal of this exercise is to test how well the infantry team works with the help of different Combat and Combat Support elements to deal with any threats and work together with other countries.

This kind of military cooperation is expected to produce officers and members who are highly skilled and able to carry out integrated and joint offensive operations. It is also expected to strengthen relations and improve military cooperation between the two Armed Forces by sharing knowledge, equipment technology, and expertise.

At the Exercise Closing Parade, COA SA did the TOHA stripping event. At the end of the Exercise Closing Parade, the Army Commanders of the two countries also exchanged souvenirs.

In fact, these kinds of bilateral exercises are in line with the Fourth Pillar of the 28th Commander-in-Chief of the Army, which is called “Strengthening Defense Relations.” This pillar is all about strengthening defence cooperation at both the regional and international levels.

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