Closing Ceremony: 14th edition of Indo-Mongolian Joint Exercise Nomadic Elephant 2019

Closing Ceremony: 14th edition of Indo-Mongolian Joint Exercise Nomadic Elephant 2019
Closing Ceremony: 14th edition of Indo-Mongolian Joint Exercise Nomadic Elephant 2019

Closing Ceremony: 14th edition of Indo-Mongolian Joint Exercise Nomadic Elephant 2019

Closing Ceremony Nomadic Elephant 2019: In the series of joint bilateral exercises between India & Mongolia, both nations have once again come together to enhance bilateral friendship to the next level. The fourteenth edition of joint military training exercise between Indian Army and Mongolian Army named EX NOMADIC ELEPHANT 2019 which commenced on 05 Oct 19 concluded at Foreign Training Node (FTN), Bakloh on 18 Oct 19.

The exercise will be conducted from 05 to 18 Oct 19 at Bakloh.

The Mongolian Army is being represented by officers and troops of the elite 084 Air Borne Special Task Battalion while Indian Army is being represented by a battalion of the RAJPUTANA RIFLES Regiment.

Nomadic Elephant - XIV is the fourteenth edition between the two nations aimed at training troops in counter insurgency & counter terrorism operations under United Nations mandate.

The joint exercise will enhance defence co-operation and military relations between the two nations. It is an ideal platform for the armies of both the nations to share their experiences & best practices and gain mutually during the joint training.

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The joint training aims at evolving various tactical drills in counter-terror environment like Convoy Protection Drill, Room Intervention Drills, Ambush/ Counter Ambush Drills, while jointly conducting counter terrorist operations under UN mandate.

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The joint training will also lay emphasis on conducting operations by a cohesive subunit, comprising of troops from both armies, in an adverse operational conditions thus enhancing the interoperability between the two armies.

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