The Korean Air Force met with the Indian Air Force (IAF) conditional as the multilateral air exercise Desert Flag came to an end on Friday, according to a tweet from the IAF’s official media coordination center.
The IAF participated with five LCA Tejas and two C-17 Globemaster III aircraft, and the visitors were also given an overview of the supersonic combat aircraft, Conspicuously, the Indian Air Force provisional embracing 110 Air Warriors arrived at Al Dhafra airbase of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for participating in Exercise Desert Flag VIII, the official press release of the Ministry of Defence stated.
The air exercise which took place from 27 February to 17 March was the first occasion when the LCA Tejas would participate in an international flying exercise outside India.
Exercise Desert Flag was a multilateral air exercise in which Air Forces from UAE, France, Kuwait, Australia, the UK, Bahrain, Morocco, Spain, the Republic of Korea, and the USA participated. The aim of the exercise was to participate in diverse fighter engagements and learn from the best practices of various Air Forces.