Troops in forward locations, the army beats war games

NEW DELHI: Due To The Deployment Of Troops At Forward Locations In The Aftermath Of The, A Critical Exercise To Perform The Test Has Been Delayed. In The Scheduled Exercise To Fight Battles Under The Chandimandir-based Army ' S Western Command, De Wilden Testing The Speed ​​Of Integrated Battle Groups, Said Army Sources.

The Army Is Working On Creating Integrated Combat Groups As Warfare Formations That Would Include All Elements Of Warfare, Including Tanks, Artillery, Air Defense And Logistics, Together With The Infantry. The Crucial Corps Level Exercise Planned In The Punjab Territory Was To Be The Test Room For The Integrated Battle Groups.

The Exercise Was Scheduled To Be Held In May Of This Year, But Because Of The Effort Along The Pakistan Border, War Games Had To Be Delayed For Some Time. The Exercise Is Held Just After The Precautionary Implementation Is Over, Sources In The Army Are Said.

As Scheduled, The Army Wanted To Test Two Types Of IBG Configurations During Exercise, Including One For Attack Roles, Which Includes Cross-border Operations During Hostilities And The Other For Defensive Postures To Resist An Enemy Attack. IBGs Are Used Instead Of Brigades During The Exercise.