The Republic of Singapore Air Force’s (RSAF) F-15SGs are currently taking part in Dissimilar Air Combat Training (DACT) over the skies of Singapore with eight US Pacific Air Forces' (PACAF) F-35A fighter jets. 

“The bilateral training provides a valuable opportunity for the RSAF personnel to train alongside the PACAF's F-35A aircrew and ground crew, and learn from other experienced F-35 operators to support our own F-35 acquisition and operationalisation journey,” Singapore’s Ministry of Defence announced. 

The training is being conducted in the southern reaches of the South China Sea, within international airspace. In addition to the DACT exercises PACAF F-35s are undertaking air-to-air refuelling training with the RSAF's A330 Multi Role Tanker Transport.

On completion of the DACT training on March 7, both air forces will deploy to Korat, Thailand, for the trilateral Exercise Cope Tiger 2024.

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