Indian Army, air force conduct joint exercise ‘Gagan Strike’ in Punjab

Indian Army, air force conduct joint exercise ‘Gagan Strike’ in Punjab

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Category : Defense Published on: September 14 2022

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  • Army’s Kharga Corps and the Indian Air Force conducted a joint exercise to showcase the might and prowess of the armed forces.
  • Termed “Gagan Strike”, the exercise was conducted over a period of four days in several areas of Punjab, bordering Ambala in Haryana.
  • The joint exercise was spearheaded by General Officer Commanding, Kharga Corps, Lt. Gen Pratik Sharma. 
  • The exercise was also attended by Lt Gen Nav K Khanduri, General Officer Commanding in Chief, Western Command, who exhorted the forces to continue to evolve such concepts and remain prepared to counter any contingency on the western borders.
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