Singapur/Malaysia

Sin­ga­pore and Malaysian Navies Con­duct Mar­itime Exer­cise

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RSN and RMN offi­cers going over plans for Ex Mala­pu­ra, which is being con­duct­ed from 22 Feb to 4 Mar.
Source: Gov­ern­ment of Sin­ga­pore
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RMN Fleet Com­man­der (FC), Vice Admi­ral Dato’ Ahmad Kamarulza­man Bin Ahmad Badarud­din (left), call­ing on RSN FC Rear-Admi­ral Joseph Leong at Chan­gi Naval Base on 22 Feb. They will be offi­ci­at­ing at the open­ing cer­e­mo­ny of Ex Mala­pu­ra 2010 on 23 Feb.
Source: Gov­ern­ment of Sin­ga­pore

The Repub­lic of Sin­ga­pore Navy (RSN) and the Roy­al Malaysian Navy (RMN) are con­duct­ing Exer­cise Mala­pu­ra, a bilat­er­al mar­itime exer­cise, from 22 Feb to 4 Mar 2010.

Host­ed by Sin­ga­pore, this year’s exer­cise is the 20th in the series of bilat­er­al exer­cis­es held since 1984. Dur­ing the 11-day exer­cise, both navies will con­duct drills in con­ven­tion­al naval war­fare and mar­itime secu­ri­ty at the Chan­gi Naval Base and in the Malac­ca Strait. The RSN is par­tic­i­pat­ing in the exer­cise with a frigate (RSS Stead­fast), a mis­sile corvette (RSS Vic­to­ry) and a patrol ves­sel (RSS Dar­ing). Join­ing them are a frigate (KD Lek­iu), a corvette (KD Lak­samana Tun Abdul Jamil) and a patrol ves­sel (KD Tereng­ganu) from the RMN.

The RSN and RMN inter­act reg­u­lar­ly in a range of activ­i­ties. These include pro­fes­sion­al exchanges and cours­es, as well as mul­ti­lat­er­al activ­i­ties, such as the Five Pow­er Defence Arrange­ments. Both navies have also been work­ing close­ly to enhance mar­itime secu­ri­ty through the Malac­ca Strait Patrols. These reg­u­lar inter­ac­tions serve to strength­en mutu­al under­stand­ing and pro­fes­sion­al ties among the per­son­nel of both navies.

Source:
Gov­ern­ment of Sin­ga­pore

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