Know about Ex Nabh Shakti, the joint training exercise of Indian Air Force & Army

The exercise was conducted by the Indian Army's Brahmastra Corps in the northeastern states.
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New Delhi: Indian Air Force and Army have participated in the joint training exercise 'Ex Nabh Shakti'. The exercise was conducted by the Indian Army's Brahmastra Corps in the northeastern states.

The joint training exercise ‘Nabh Shakti’ was conducted in the Indian Army’s Brahmastra Corps (Mountain Strike Corps). Indian Army and Indian Air Force jointly participated in this exercise to enhance interoperability and ability to conduct joint operations. The main aim of the exercise was to enhance joint participation in multimodal operations.

The Mountain Strike Corps or the XVII Corps is the first mountain strike corps of India. It has been built as a quick reaction force as well as a counteroffensive against China near the Line of Actual Control (LAC). The headquarters of this corps is located at Panagarh in West Bengal under the Eastern Command and is also known as the Brahmastra Corps.

The exercise achieved integration at all strata enmeshing operations and procedures. The 17 Mountain Strike Corps of the Indian Army. It has been raised to carry out strike operations in the enemy territory during conflicts with the adversary in the eastern parts of the country especially in the states that border it with notorious neighbour China.

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