Gagan Strike-II

Gagan Strike-II was a joint military exercise conducted by the Indian Army’s Kharga Corps and the Indian Air Force (IAF) in Punjab. This exercise focused on refining mechanized unit processes within the Army and validating the use of attack helicopters in complex terrain. Key elements included integrating Apache and ALH-WSI helicopters, unmanned aerial vehicles, and special forces, with an emphasis on enhancing synergy between ground and aerial operations. The Kharga Corps, a vital component of India’s defense strategy, particularly in operations against Pakistan, has a history dating back to the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. The exercise underscores the ongoing commitment to inter-service coordination and technological integration in modern warfare.

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