Indian Army carries out extensive air-defence exercise

Airawat Gagan Rakshaks division carried out a comprehensive drill that aimed to test the effectiveness of integrated anti-aircraft weapon systems.
Indian Army
Indian Army

New Delhi: The Indian Army has carried out an extensive air-defence exercise, deploying advanced anti-aircraft systems to ensure its preparedness for any potential aerial combat scenarios in future conflicts.

The Indian Army's Airawat Gagan Rakshaks division carried out a comprehensive drill that aimed to test the effectiveness of integrated anti-aircraft weapon systems.

In a video posted on X (previously known as Twitter) by the Indian Army’s Western Command, the military drill exhibited a range of anti-aircraft weapons, tanks, and drones unleashing their power in a formidable display.

The drill aimed at the precise detection and subsequent elimination of various aerial threats, with particular emphasis on countering the emerging challenge posed by swarm drones.

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