The "Iniohos" air exercise started Sunday in Greece with the participation of dozens of units and planes from foreign militaries, including IAF fighters. The exercise will simulate air-to-air combat scenarios and air-to-ground attacks, as well as advanced surface-to-air missile threats and other combat in the field. The IAF is being represented by F-15I "Ra'am" aircraft from the 69th Squadron, F-16I "Sufa" aircraft from the 107th Squadron, "Re'em" aircraft from the 120th Squadron, and G-550 "Nachshon" aircraft from the 122nd Squadron.
The IDF Spokesperson's Unit said that the exercise is intended to strengthen the cooperation between the militaries in high-quality training and mutual learning. The IAF continues to carry out international exercises during the COVID-19 era in order to strengthen its fitness and readiness for a variety of scenarios. The Commander of the IAF, Maj. Gen. Amikam Norkin, said international exercises provide an opportunity for mutual learning and the strengthening of the IAF's strategic capabilities.