IAF taking part in 'Iniohos' international air exercise in Greece 

The Commander of the IAF, Maj. Gen. Amikam Norkin, said "Mutual learning will help prepare us for a wide range of real-time scenarios"   

Photo by Amit Agronov from IAF website

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.   

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