(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
A joint training exercise between the Chinese and Thai air
forces kicked off on Sunday at Udorn Royal Thai Air Force Base in
Thailand, Trend reports citing Reuters .
The joint training exercise, code-named 'Falcon Strike 2022,'
marks the fifth time that the two sides held joint training
The Chinese side dispatches fighter jets, fighter-bombers and
airborne early warning (AEW) aircraft, while the Thai side sends
its fighter jets and AEW aircraft for the training exercise, which
includes training courses such as air support, strikes on ground
targets, and small- and large-scale troop deployment.
The joint training exercise is aimed at enhancing mutual trust
and friendship between the air forces of the two countries and
deepening bilateral practical cooperation to jointly safeguard
regional security and stability.
With the depth and breadth of the joint training exercises being
further expanded, the two sides' technical and tactical levels will
be improved and a new chapter of friendship will be created between
the Chinese and Thai air forces, Chinese air vice marshal Chen Jun,
the Chinese commander of the joint training exercise, said at the
opening ceremony of the training exercise.
Thai air vice marshal Wachirapon Muangnoi said the training
exercise will maintain and enhance the friendship between the Thai
and Chinese air forces, improve the two sides' cooperative and
collaborative capability and strengthen regional security and
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