The jets from 3 (Fighter) Squadron are currently based at Mihail Kogalniceanu Air Base in Romania as part of 140 Expeditionary Air Wing.
During Exercise Swift Response, the Typhoons joined more than 40 other aircraft and took part in a simulated Strike Co-ordination and Reconnaissance sortie.
They also took part in Close Air Support training with two Apache helicopters from Aviation Task Force 1 of the British Army.
"Conducting co-ordinated strikes between Typhoon and Apache proved to be excellent training, and helped to develop understanding on both sides of the utility of two very different aircraft, and their capabilities," Typhoon pilot Flight Lieutenant Travers said.
The manoeuvres in North Macedonia are just one element of the broader Exercise Swift Response, which sees multinational forces under the direction of the US Army conducting simultaneous training across Europe – from the High North to the Balkans.
The High North is the territories of Nordic countries – including Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden – located throughout the Arctic beyond the Polar Circle.