Indra 2018: India, Russia joint military exercise held in Jhansi, UP

Published on November 17, 2018
The joint military exercise between Indian and Russia INDRA 2018 was conducted at Babina Field Firing Ranges, Babina Military Station Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh.
Indra 2018: India, Russia joint military exercise held in Jhansi, UP
  • It was the tenth exercise in the series of Exercise INDRA aimed at increasing interoperability between Indian and Russian Armies.

About INDRA 2018:

  • The aim of the exercise was to practice joint planning and conduct to enhance interoperability between two armies in peace keeping/enforcement environment under aegis of United Nations.
  • For this exercise, India was represented by Mechanised Infantry Battalion of Indian Army, while Russia was represented by company sized contingents of 5th Army.
  • It focused upon training on enhancing team building, special tactical level operations such as Cordon and Search, house intervention, handling and neutralisation of Improvised Explosive Devices and integrated employment of force multipliers.
  • The primary focus of the tactical field exercise was to share best practices amongst the militaries and hone existing skills of troops.

Question:

Q. What is the joint military exercise between Indian and Russia called that was conducted at Babina Field Firing Ranges, Babina Military Station, Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh?
a. VAJRA 2018
b. INDRA 2018
c. SHAURYA 2018
d. None of the above

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