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Dharma Guardian-2018: First India-Japan military exercise begins

The first joint military exercise named "Dharma Guardian" between India and Japan has begun at Indian Army's Counter-Insurgency Warfare School at Vairengte (Mizoram).
Dharma Guardian-2018: First India-Japan military exercise begins
  • The exercise is aimed at developing mutual understanding and respect between militaries of both countries, and to facilitate the tracking of worldwide phenomenon of terrorism.

About Dharma Guardian:

  • In this exercise, Indian Army will be represented by 6/1 Gorkha Rifles, while Japanese Ground Self-Defence Force will field its 32 Infantry Regiment.
  • The emphasis of this exercise will be on building interoperability.
  • Armies of both countries will jointly train, plan and execute series of well-developed tactical drills for neutralization of likely threats that may be encountered in urban warfare scenario.
  • Moreover, experts from both sides will also hold detailed discussions to share their expertise on varied operational aspects.

Question:

Q. The first joint military exercise named "Dharma Guardian" between India and which country has begun at Indian Army's Counter-Insurgency Warfare School at Vairengte (Mizoram)?
a. Russia
b. U.S.
c. Indonesia
d. Japan
Dharma Guardian-2018: First India-Japan military exercise begins Dharma Guardian-2018: First India-Japan military exercise begins Reviewed by Inderjeet Virdi on November 04, 2018 Rating: 5

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