Indian Army’s multi-pronged strategic exercises held in Rajasthan
With the resolve of the ‘Whole of the Nation‘ approach for a decisive victory, the Indian Army carried out one of its largest field training exercises involving all entities of warfighting, including civil agencies, on the western borders of Rajasthan, validating its actions in line. The training exercise culminated on Wednesday, said Col Amitabh Sharma, PRO, Defence, Rajasthan, on Thursday.
The synergetic actions have also validated new concepts of warfighting in an integrated theatre. During the week-long exercise, there was on-ground application and usage of numerous indigenous technologies and equipment validating their fusion in enhancing operational capabilities.
There were many firsts in this exercise which cemented the jointness and synergy between the Indian Army, Indian Air Force, and Border Security Force (BSF).
For the first time, the senior commanders of both the Indian Army and Indian Air Force visited the troops in the forward areas and reviewed their inter-service coordination and interoperability, including that of the BSF.
The joint address by Lieutenant General Ajay Kumar Singh, GOC-in-C, Southern Command, and Air Marshal Vikram Singh, AOC-in-C, Southern Western Air Command, enhanced the morale and motivation of all ranks by instilling confidence among them.
Both the Commanders of the Army and Air Force paid homage at the Longewala War Memorial dedicated to the brave hearts of the 1971 Indo-Pak war. They lauded the courage and sacrifice of troops fighting together for ensuring the territorial integrity of the nation while concluding their visit.
[With Inputs from IANS]
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