Indian Army, Air Force conduct joint drills “Vayu Prahar” along LAC in eastern command

Indian Army, Air Force conduct joint drills “Vayu Prahar” along LAC in eastern command

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Category : Defense Published on: March 25 2023

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  • Indian Army and the Air force jointly conducted a Multi Domain Air-Land Exercise Vayu Prahar along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern command.
  • The exercise validated and refined procedures essential for synergized joint operations.
  • It included rapid mobilisation of an earmarked Rapid Reaction Force from the hinterland to undertake air-landed operations in a nominated Advance Landing Ground
  •  The air landed force further executes contingency tasks as per a realistic exercise scenario in challenging high-altitude terrain conditions.
  • The Line of Actual Control (LAC), in the context of the Sino-Indian border dispute, is a notional demarcation line. The LAC is different from the borders claimed by each country in the Sino-Indian border dispute. 
  • The Indian claims include the entire Aksai Chin region and the Chinese claims include Arunachal Pradesh.
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