Northern Command chief presides over integrated exercise in Ladakh

SRINAGAR: Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Northern Command, presided over an exercise by integrated troops of all arms and services in super high altitude area in Eastern Ladakh on Wednesday.

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Srinagar, September 18
Tribune News Service
 
Lieutenant General Ranbir Singh, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Northern Command, presided over an exercise by integrated troops of all arms and services in super high altitude area in Eastern Ladakh on Wednesday. 
 
He was briefed on the conduct of the exercise by Lieutenant General YK Joshi, General Officer Commanding, Fire & Fury Corps.The exercise encompassed employment of mechanised forces with force multipliers integrating high technology platforms.  
 
Complimenting the commanders and troops for the “outstanding display of professional competence and war fighting capability in extreme terrain and altitude conditions”, Lt Gen Ranbir Singh stated that he was fully confident that Northern
Command will continue it’s legacy of “excelling” in combat, should a conflict be forced upon the nation. 
 
He also remarked that with the induction of new weapon systems and high tech equipment, the capability and lethality of the Indian Army was progressively improving each passing day. The Army Commander called upon all ranks to remain vigilant and maintain a high order operational readiness.
 

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