Indian and Malaysian armies conducted a joint military exercise, and this was the second phase of the exercise.
Here are the major facts about the exercise.
1: The exercise was conducted in forests in Malaysia under tough and humid environment.
2: During the field training exercise, Indian army’s combat engineers defused the Improvised Explosive Device (IED).
3: The joint exercise, concluded on May 13, is aimed at sharing the expertise of both the contingents in conducting counterinsurgency operations in a jungle terrain.
4: The Malaysian contingent is being represented by troops from 1 Royal Ranger Regiment and the Royal Malay Regiment, known for their experience in jungle warfare.
The military exercise comes a month after the Indian Air Force’s massive exercise named Gagan Shakti.
From Sukhoi 30 to C-17, over 1,000 aircraft participated in the largest exercise of the Indian Air Force in three decades.
(Adapted from www.indiatimes.com)