Greek and Israeli air forces simulate air-to-air combat and airborne refuelling scenarios during joint exercises.
The Israel Air Force held a joint training exercise in Israel with the Hellenic Air Force Tuesday.
As part of the exercise, the two air forces simulated a wide range of aerial scenarios, including advanced air-to-air combat and airborne refuelling.
The exercise constitutes a platform for shared learning and enhancing the relationship between the two air forces, and symbolizes an important milestone in reinforcing strategic and international cooperation between the State of Israel and Greece.
The exercise also contributes to advancing the militaries’ different combat capabilities and elevates their operational standard in combat, which in turn improves the abilities of the aircrews and technical teams.
The exercise takes place as part of the IDF's 2022 joint training program.