ADF strengthens operability with Singapore Armed Forces
ADF strengthens operability with Singapore Armed Forces (1.21 mins)
HMAS Adelaide has arrived in Singapore to strengthen humanitarian assistance and disaster relief interoperability with counterparts in the Singaporean Armed Forces (SAF) as part of Indo-Pacific Endeavour 2017. Australia and Singapore have a strong and long history on defence engagement and cooperation, founded on shared interests in security and stability in the region. During the visit HMAS Adelaide conducted humanitarian assistance and disaster relief training (involving embarking SAF vehicles), and medical and aviation interoperability exercises with a passage exercise planned on departure from Singapore. HMA Ships Adelaide and Darwin are in Singapore as part of Indo-Pacific Endeavour 2017, a joint task group deployment to the region demonstrating the ADF’s humanitarian assistance and disaster relief capabilities as well as further supporting security and stability in Australia’s near region through bilateral and multilateral engagement, training and capacity building. Prior to visiting Singapore, HMA Ships Adelaide and Darwin also visited Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines as part of efforts to strengthen military cooperation with Australia’s regional partners, particularly in the area of humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.
|Publish Date||23 Oct 2017|