Ima training roster best in world: Afghan captain

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  1. Vishwarupa

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    IMA training roster best in world: Afghan Captain

    Having experience of being trained in more than 90 countries around the globe, Afghan Captain Fazel Rabi said that the training roster in the Indian Military Academy is the best in the world. Posted in IMA since February, this year, he acted as the mentor of FGCs from Afghanistan who got 18-month rigorous training at the academy.

    Captain Rabi, who got distinction to receive military and strategic training in USA, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Saudi Arabia, etc claimed that despite the training schedule in the IMA is very rigorous and planned, it helped the common man to transform to a vibrant officer, who is capable to face any adverse situation.

    According to him, the training pattern will surely help the Afghan GCs to achieve distinction in Counter Insurgency Operations (CI Ops) in Afghanistan.

    “At the IMA, GCs undergo a scientifically-evolved, structured training programme and the focus is on developing the necessary physical and mental attributes to operate effectively and lead in an intense battlefield environment,” he reiterated, adding that training helps GCs to improve their motor qualities and builds speed, strength, endurance, flexibility and agility.

    In addition, advanced training, which includes endurance marches with combat load including the rifle, immediate action drills for complex combat situations, life-saving techniques, field craft and battle craft etc proves extremely pivotal to become a good officer, who has capability and physical and mental endurance to lead the men in adverse situation.

    He said that academy administration also stressed on sports and adventure activities to inculcate coordination and strategy among GCs thus helps to enhance the stamina.

    It is noteworthy that 55 FGCs from Afghanistan is passed-out from the academy on Saturday after impressive passing-out-parade. Additionally, 10 FGCs from Tajikistan, two each from Nepal, Kazakhstan and Maldives and one each from Lesotho, Papua New Guinea and Ethopia.
    Last edited: Jun 10, 2013

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