The Singapore Armed Forces and the Royal Brunei Land Forces have conducted bilateral exercises for quite awhile now. These exercises have included the involvement of some infantry battalions and elements from the Support Battalion, Royal Brunei Land Forces.
Exercise 'TERMITE', currently known as Exercise 'FLAMING ARROW', was the first bilateral training held in 1984. The concept of the exercise was battalion attack at a level using live ammunition in the daytime. It involved one company from the Royal Brunei Land Forces, which was assimilated into a Singapore Armed Forces infantry battalion.
Exercise 'MAJU BERSAMA' is an annual exercise which began since 1995, previously known as Exercise 'BRUSING'. In this exercise, the Royal Brunei Land Forces and the Singapore Armed Forces took turns in hosting the exercises in their respective countries. This exercise involved one company from each respective armed forces, and was later assimilated into the hosting unit.