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Army to test battle strategy near China border

DNAHM130253 | 9/12/2019 | Author : Krishnamohan Mishra | WC :398

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New Delhi: For the first time, the Indian Army will test its new battle strategy in the Himalayan range in the North East near the border with China. Indian Army’s Integrated Battle Groups (IBG) will be launched in a training exercise of the 17th Corps which are located at Panagarh in West Bengal.
The three IBGs, which together make up about 15,000 soldiers, will participate in this important exercise lasting four to six weeks. The exercise will be conducted to measure the time taken by the IBGs to reach the border, flank the front and then start a military operation. The exercise aims to reach the target in the shortest time possible through the means of road, rail and air. In addition to this, the recently-built military infras
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