The joint military exercise between India and Russia, INDRA-2015 is presently underway at the Mahajan Field Firing Ranges since 08 November 2015.  The exercise is focussed towards Counter Terrorism Operations in the backdrop of desert terrain under a United Nations Mandate’.
The exercise is being conducted in two phases.  The first phase of combat conditioning and tactical training was completed successfully by the both the contingents. The training received by both the armies in the first week was put into practice in the second phase which is termed as validation stage.  Both the contingents jointly took part in the validation exercise which included Clearing of an Axis, Establishment of Observation Post, Cordon & Search Operations and House Clearing Drills.

The aim of the exercise is to achieve inter operatability by acquainting with each other’s operational procedures, drills and understand the functioning of each other in such situations.  The exercise has strengthened the bilateral relations between India and Russian soldiers - a relation which has stood test of times.

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