Mountains, Deserts & Seas: Indian Military Joint Exercises On All Fronts

(This News Is Originally Posted On India Today By Abhishek Bhalla)

From the icy heights of Ladakh and Kashmir to the hot deserts and now the seas, the Indian military has been carrying out war games aimed at synergy within the armed forces.

The latest is an ongoing exercise in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands with thousands participating.

As part of the ongoing exercise in Andaman and Nicobar islands, troops of the Indian Army, Navy, and Air Force were mobilised for amphibious landing, in close coordination with the para drop of airborne troops, sources said.

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Amphibious landing is a term used for ground troops being indicted on the seashore from the ships under covering fire from the warships and aircraft.

The current exercise is critical for enhancing capabilities and to test India’s response in a synergised manner with the Army, Navy, and Air Force coming together, keeping in mind threats from China in the seas.

A similar exercise took place recently along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh and the Line of Control (LOC) facing Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir.

In November, the Indian Army organised a theatre-level exercise with 30,000 troops in the western sector, aimed at fighting future wars with synergy among forces.

The Indian Army, Indian Air force, Indian Navy, Border Security Force, Indian Coast Guard, and National Intelligence Organisations were part of the exercise.

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