US troops sent fighters to the Philippines to conduct joint training with the Philippine Air Force
According to foreign media reports, the US Embassy in the Philippines said in a statement on the 16th, the US military has dispatched four electronic warfare aircraft arrived in the Philippines the northern Philippines, the northern city of Luck Air Force base. The statement said the US troops sent fighters to the Philippines to conduct joint training with the Philippine Air Force. In addition to joint training, the four EA-18G "roar" electronic attack aircraft, 120 people composed of the squadron will also perform other tasks to enhance the awareness of regional waters to ensure air and sea patency. Clark Air Force Base is the only military base in the Philippines to take off and protect modern fighters, and the newly acquired FA-50 fighters in the Philippines are also stationed here. In April this year, the United States and the Philippines "side by side" during the military exercise, the US military in the Clark Air Force Base left five A-10 attack aircraft, three "pave the way" helicopters and crew to form the first batch of temporary US troops military. The four EA-18G fighters composed of special squadron for the second batch. The EA-18G attack aircraft has the ability to disrupt the enemy radar to make it ineffective, but because of its FA-18 "Super Hornet" fighter on the basis of research and development, but also has a strong ability to attack the ground. In January this year, the Supreme Court of the Philippines approved a 10-year military cooperation agreement signed between the Philippines and the United States, allowing the United States to build military facilities, deployers, aircraft and warships at the existing military bases in the Philippines.