India-Japan Joint Exercise DHARMA GUARDIAN Progresses in Rajasthan

India-Japan Joint Exercise DHARMA GUARDIAN Progresses in Rajasthan
India-Japan Joint Exercise DHARMA GUARDIAN Progresses in Rajasthan
India-Japan Joint Exercise DHARMA GUARDIAN Progresses in Rajasthan
India-Japan Joint Exercise DHARMA GUARDIAN Progresses in Rajasthan

India-Japan Joint Exercise DHARMA GUARDIAN Progresses in Rajasthan

India-Japan Joint Exercise DHARMA GUARDIAN Progresses in Rajasthan

India-Japan Joint Exercise DHARMA GUARDIAN Progresses in Rajasthan

During the ongoing 5th edition of the India-Japan joint exercise ‘DHARMA GUARDIAN’ in Rajasthan, Lieutenant General Togashi Yuichi, Commanding General, Eastern Army, Japan Ground Self Defence Force, visited the exercise site to assess the progress. The visit aimed to strengthen camaraderie between the Japanese and Indian contingents and enhance collaborative efforts between the two nations.

Encouragement and Camaraderie

Lieutenant General Togashi Yuichi provided words of encouragement to both Japanese and Indian contingents, reinforcing the bonds between the armies. The visit emphasized the collaborative nature of the exercise and the shared commitment to advancing interoperability and mutual understanding.

Joint Military Activities

On the 8th day of the joint exercise, personnel from both armies participated in joint activities, showcasing their ability to work together and achieve shared objectives. A mock drill involving the capture of militants hiding in a house, utilizing specially trained animals such as dogs and eagles, demonstrated the collaborative efforts in counter-terrorism scenarios.

Deepening Military Cooperation

The joint exercise symbolizes the deepening military cooperation between India and Japan, focusing on strengthening capabilities in counter-terrorism and disaster response scenarios. Through the exchange of best practices and collaborative training initiatives, both nations aim to contribute to regional stability and enhance peace and security in the Indo-Pacific region.

Dharma Guardian: Fostering Collaboration

Exercise Dharma Guardian serves as a platform for the exchange of best practices, trust-building, and fostering camaraderie between the Indian and Japanese armed forces. The rigorous training at the Mahajan field firing ranges reflects the commitment to building a strategic partnership and enhancing joint capabilities for future operations.

The annual exercise, alternating between India and Japan, involves contingents from both nations and focuses on tactical operations, techniques, and procedures. The collaborative efforts during ‘DHARMA GUARDIAN’ contribute to the development of interoperability, strengthening bilateral relations and fostering military cooperation.

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