The 12th edition of the INDRA military exercise between India and Russia will entail the conduct of the counter-terror operations under the United Nations mandate by a joint force against the International Terror Groups.
DRDO has successfully flight-tested the indigenously developed low weight, fire & forget Man-Portable Anti-Tank Guided Missile (MPATGM) and a New Generation Akash Missile (AKASH-NG) a Surface to Air missile.
In a bid to use the systems across its bases, the Indian Air Force has mandated that all the ten anti-drone systems are required in mobile configuration mounted on the indigenous vehicles with cross-country capability.
The Army Chief will be inaugurating the Indian Army Memorial in the famous town of Cassino in Italy and will also be briefed at the Italian Army’s Counter IED Centre of Excellence at Cecchingola, Rome.
Indian Aircraft Carrier or IAC-1 is significant for India’s military maritime capabilities in the years ahead, particularly in the backdrop of the ever-expanding Chinese naval footprint in the Indian Ocean Region.
The two-day exercise between the Indian and US Navy aims at strengthening the bilateral relationship and cooperation by demonstrating the ability to coordinate and integrate comprehensively in maritime operations.
Along with the Indian Naval ship Stealth frigate INS Trikand, the other warships in the naval exercise included Spanish Navy Ship ESPS Navarra, Italian Navy Ship ITS Carabinere, and two French Navy Ships FS Surcouf and FS Tonnerre.