India-US joint training exercise “Yudh Abhyas 2022” to commence in Uttarakhand

India-US joint training exercise “Yudh Abhyas 2022” to commence in Uttarakhand

New Delhi, November 16, 2022

The 18th edition of the India-United States joint training exercise “Yudh Abhyas 22” is scheduled to be conducted in Uttarakhand later this month.

Exercise Yudh Abhyas is conducted annually between India and the US with the aim of exchanging best practices, tactics, techniques and procedures between the Armies of the two nations.

The previous edition of the exercise was conducted at Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson, Alaska in the US in October 2021.

US Army soldiers of the 2nd Brigade of the 11th Airborne Division and Indian Army soldiers from the Assam Regiment will be participating in the exercise. The training schedule focuses on the employment of an integrated battle group under Chapter VII of the UN Mandate. The schedule will include all operations related to peacekeeping & peace enforcement.

The troops from both nations will work together to achieve common objectives. The joint exercise will also focus on Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) operations. Troops from both nations will practice launching swift & coordinated relief efforts in the wake of any natural calamity.

To derive full benefit from the professional skills & experiences of both armies, a Command Post Exercise and Expert Academic Discussions (EAD) on carefully selected topics will be carried out.

The scope of the Field Training Exercise includes the validation of integrated battle groups, force multipliers, establishment and functioning of surveillance grids, validation of operational logistics, mountain warfare skills, casualty evacuation and combat medical aid in adverse terrain and climatic conditions. The exercise will involve exchanges and practices on a wide spectrum of combat skills including combat engineering, employment of UAS/Counter UAS techniques and information operations

The exercise will facilitate both Armies to share their wide experiences and skills and enhance their techniques through information exchange, an official press release added.


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