IN PICTURES: Indo-UK Army exercise, Ex Ajeya Warrior – 2013


Language no barriers

Learning from each others experiences in varied terrain and environment, the company level joint exercise enters the fourth week of the joint training cycle of four weeks.  The initial weeks of the joint training included familiarisation, demonstration, lectures and joint tactical exercises. This was divided into indoor and outdoor training. The joint training is being conducted by having two mixed companies of UK Army & Indian Army Soldiers.

None Can Stop us

The exercise is aimed to build and promote positive military relations between the two countries by undertaking joint training for Counter Insurgency Operations and thereby gaining from each other’s valuable operational experiences.  The exercise will also help to evolve joint battle drills for combating such menace.

Jointness in Trg

During the course of Exercise Ajeya Warrior – 2013, the technology advancement has been amalgamated to create a force multiplier and assist the combat troops in conducting its operation. UAVs, Recce and Observation system, Thermal Imaging system, Early Warning detachments, use of Helicopters and sniffer & tracker Dogs assisted the commanders of the joint exercises in achieving their aim.

Comrade in Arms

Having rehearsed and trained on counter insurgency and counter terrorism environment, the troops of the two Commonwealth Nations have graduated to the stage of conducting tactical exercises jointly in rural and semi urban environment. The joint training having exercise on Search and Destroy operations in the past week and will now move on to Cordon and Search operations.

The fourth and last week of training will mark the culmination with the joint exercises on Cordon and Search operations.  The drills & procedures of the two most experiences armies in the domain of counter insurgency will be dovetailed into one integrated force

(Text & photos by Ministry of Defence, New Delhi)

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