Indian Army’s big exercise Dakshin Shakti in the sandy areas of Rajasthan adjoining Pakistan will be completed on Friday. In this exercise being held in Pokaran, Asia’s largest field firing range, more than 30 thousand soldiers of the Indian Army are targeting precise targets to penetrate the imaginary targets of the enemy. On Thursday, the jawans proved themselves by testing their ability to hit the targets. It will conclude on Friday in the presence of Chief of Army Staff Manoj M Naravane.
Aim precisely at the target is the only target
There is also a stir in Pakistan regarding the military exercises going on near the Pak border. Due to this movement, the enthusiasm of the soldiers of the Indian Air Force and the Army is high. Army personnel with cannon balls, battle tanks and bullets are being completely successful in hitting the target. The Pokaran firing range is completely visible to the battle site. The sound of cannons and bullets, the running of tanks blowing dust and the enthusiasm of the soldiers are enough to increase the heartbeat of the enemy.
In the presence of Indian Army Chief Manoj Mukund Naravane, in the ongoing military exercise from the Rann of Kutch in Gujarat to the desert of Rajasthan, the Army has demonstrated its traditional and modern techniques on the ground in the best way. For the first time, the maneuver is also being done unmanned.
every mark perfect
During this, every target of the soldiers is accurate. No one is going to waste. Every bullet, every cannonball has its own target. Hitting the exact target. How soldiers are moving towards the enemy with weapons, so that the flag of victory can be hoisted. Here is a great view of trying to achieve your goal on your own while raging through scarce sandy shores and scarce resources. The imaginary bases of the enemy have been created and with the fixed target and strategy, the Indian soldiers are moving towards the real war towards their goal. Airspace, cyber, electronic and information technology are being tried. In addition to the indigenously developed Light Combat Helicopter, drones are also being used in this exercise.