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  1. 1

    Anonymous

    i hate these joint warfare exercises
    specially naval and air warfare

    they r no more than spying exercises

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  2. 2

    Gaurab Arka Chaudhuri

    @Anon
    Who is spying on who – Us on Them or them on US?
    😛

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  3. 3

    kshatriya

    Any further info on the two exercises? What did each side learn? I can hardly find anything on these, really scant coverage. I’m an officer cadet in the British Army, will be joining regulars soon.

    I think the Indian Army can learn a lot from the British army in terms of lower level organisation, as in the NCOs and so called JCOs, their skills set and leadership. As per what I know, most non NATO armies still follow outdated practices where officers do everything and sergeants and warrant officers remain clueless, a lot like the British till the 70s. Also, they could learn something from how the British army and MoD work as an organisation. They have evolved and now operate like other productive corporations as far as organisation is concerned, much more efficient and reliable. Besides, British drill books and field manuals are one of the best.

    And Indians should buy the L85A2 instead of that overpriced Tavor junk. Beautiful weapon, gives accurate fire even on fully auto. Even noobs like me manage to get just 40mm separation at 30m. Heavy since it’s all metal but brilliant. Even yanks are jealous. We are using it for the FIST program so it would go well with F-INSAS.

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