IAF conducts Rannvijay exercise with focus on integrated operations
The Indian Air Force recently conducted Exercise Ranvijay, a series of integrated wargames aimed at enhancing the skills of fighter pilots through day and night operations involving combat aircraft like Su-30s.
An overview of the news
The exercise took place in the UB Hills and Central Air Command Area of Responsibility from June 16 to June 23.
It involved the execution of full spectrum operations by all combat assets, with a particular emphasis on integrated operations and the optimal utilization of the Indian Air Force's electronic warfare capabilities.
The exercise was carried out from various air bases under the Central Air Command, which is headquartered in Prayagraj.
Different commands within the Indian Air Force, along with the Army and Navy, have been conducting wargames to enhance coordination and strengthen integration among the forces.
After addressing various concerns, the Indian Army, Navy, and Air Force have reached a consensus to proceed with the plan for establishing theatre commands, which will further enhance coordination and synergy among the three services.
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