Exercise Vijayee Bhava

Exercise Vijayee Bhava The Joint Army IAF Exercise Vijayee Bhava was held in the deserts of Rajasthan during the soaring temperatures of summer near Suratgarh. ‘Vijayee Bhava’, meaning ‘blessed to win’, entered its crucial culmination phase on 12 May. The month-long exercise in a simulated battlefield environment involving the Ambala-based Kharga Corps and the air elements of Western Air Command (WAC) was progressively built on from the smallest unit upwards to the entire Corps. Validating the joint nature of operations, GOC-in-C, Western Command, Lt Gen SR Ghosh flew in an IAF Jaguar over the large exercise area covering nearly 2,400 sq km. "Exercise ''Vijayee Bhava'' will transform the Indian Army into a more agile, ver...
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