The South Western Command (SWC) of the Indian Army has conducted an Integrated Battle Group (IBG) exercise along the country’s western border with Pakistan.

The integrated firepower exercise took place on 21 November and was conducted by the SWC’s Chetak Corps (X Corps) at the Mahajan Field Firing Range (MFFR) in the Thar Desert, Rajasthan.

During the exercise, the Indian Army performed a series of combat operations and displayed firepower on different land and air platforms. The IBG exercise also demonstrated the joint operations of the Indian Army and the Indian Air Force.

The Indian Army demonstrated Light Combat Helicopters, K9 Vajra-T self-propelled howitzers (SPHs), 155 mm Sharang artillery guns, T-72 main battle tanks (MBTs), Grad BM-21 multiple rocket launcher, BMP-2K Sarath infantry combat vehicles (ICVs), and T-90 MBTs.

  • News Agencies / Janes

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