Malaysia and Indonesian Armed Forces in Exercise Linud Malindo

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Personnel from Malaysian Army’s Royal Malay Regiment 10 Brigade (PARA) and Indonesian Army’s (TNI) Division 3 Infantry   Army Strategic Reserves Command (KOSTRAD) showcased their warfighting capability in Exercise Linud Malindo between Aug 1-10, 2022.

The drills were held at Malaysian Army’s  Special Warfare Training Centre (PULPAK), located at Malacca’s state, followed by battlefield exercise at Pasir Puteh, Kelantan, which focuses on cross training exercise, para ground training, rapid deployment force through airborne operations, the enforcement of RAID in critical point behind the enemy line to provide critical offensive movement for the armed forces to defeat the enemy, and extraction of troops to carry out the next operations.

Commander of Malaysian Army’s Royal Malay Regiment 10 Brigade (PARA), Brigadier General Khairul Azmizal Ahmad Natal said : “Exercise  Linud Malindo is a manifestation of the long-standing close cooperation between the Malaysian Army and the Indonesian Armed Forces.

“This miliary-to-military cooperation could be enhanced in the future for the mutual benefit, as well as to preserve the existing relationship between  both armed forces.” –shp/adj/aaa (Images: Malaysian Army)