February 8 According to a report on the VOA radio website on February 7, the United States and India will hold this year’s joint army training exercise to continue to strengthen the synergy between the two armies.
The U.S. diplomatic mission in India announced on February 5 that U.S. and Indian army personnel will hold this year’s “preparing for war” joint training exercises from February 8 to 21 at the Mohakin Field Shooting Range in Rajasthan, India.
According to the report, the exercise hosted by the U.S. Pacific Army will involve about 250 U.S. military personnel and 250 Indian soldiers, consisting of “Command Post Exercises” (CPX) and “Field Training Exercises” (FTX).
The command post exercise will focus on staff officers’ tasks in United Nations peacekeeping operations in joint military scenarios.
Field training exercises will involve company-level joint combat skills and improve joint combat capabilities. The two exercises will be held simultaneously.
The U.S. diplomatic mission in India said that the joint exercise mainly improves the joint interoperability between the two militaries through training and cultural exchanges, and cultivates the long-term partnership between the two militaries in the Indo-Pacific region through the common defense goals of the two sides.