Malaysia has recently held a joint exercise with the United Arab Emirates for the first time. The Jungle Falcon Exercise was an opportunity to test the interoperability of two armies.
Latihan Kuasa Tembakan Tahun 2023 is the Firepower Exercise 2023 held every year. The exercise aims showcasing capabilities through manoeuvre and firepower in a dynamic segment that includes Infantry Support weapons, Mechanise, Armour, Artillery, Army Air Force (PUTD) and Aircraft of the Royal Malaysian Navy (RLDM) and Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) in demonstrating the effectiveness of the Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM) weapons system. Malaysian King Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah ibni Almarhum Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta'in Billah watched the exercise.
A total of 2660 officers and members and 106 assets and weaponry involving Pendekar Armoured Vehicles PT-91M, AV8 Gempita, Lipan Bara, Adnan and Malaysian Infantry Fighting Vehicle (MIFV) were used. Also participating are Super Lynx Helicopters, AS555 Fennec, MD530G and Agusta to support fire from the air.
FNSS’ armoured track vehicles Adnan ACV and tactical wheeled 8X8 PARS ACVs are spotted at the exercise. They showed their enemy suppression fire capacity.