The Indian Army is going to do a big war exercise on the China border in October. More than 5,000 personnel of the Indian Army's Mountain Strike Corps will practice war with the Air Force in Arunachal Pradesh in October. It is being told that this will be the first war exercise on the China border.
An army source has told the news agency ANI that 4 Corps based in Tezpur will be deployed to protect their army at high altitude. At the same time, the Air Force will airlift 2500 personnel of 17 Mountain Strike Corps. Strike corps personnel are going to perform aerial fire on 4 corps personnel in maneuvers.
Airforce will use its Hitech Transport Aircraft C-17, C-130 Super Hercules and AN-32 in this exercise to be held in October. Seals will be airlifted from these aircraft. The aircraft will be airlifted from Bagdogra in Bengal to the 'war zone' of Arunachal Pradesh. Integrated Battle Groups (IBG) will also be formed under the supervision of Army Chief General Bipin Rawat to make this war practice more effective. Where the IBG will be found to be attacking the enemy's targets very fast.