Singapore, India armies conduct bilateral armour exercise
The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) and the Indian Army (IA) are conducting Exercise Bold Kurukshetra, the ninth bilateral armour exercise between the two countries.
More than 700 soldiers from the SAF and IA participated in integrated manoeuvres as well as joint planning and training.
The integrated live-firing exercise conducted on Wednesday was witnessed by Singapore's Chief of Army Major-General Ravinder Singh and commander of the 21 Corps, Lieutenant-General Amit Sharma.
Both armies also interact regularly during policy dialogues, courses, seminars and other professional exchanges.