India, Mongolia begin joint army exercise

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  1. cobra commando

    cobra commando Tharki regiment Veteran Member Senior Member

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    GWALIOR: The Indian and Mongolian armies today began a 15-day joint training exercise here with an aim to enhance interoperability between the security forces of the two nations during UN peacekeeping missions. The tenth India-Mongolia Joint Training Exercise is focussed on allowing both armies to acquaint with each other's operating procedures in the backdrop of a counter insurgency and terrorism environment, an official statement said. The Mongolian contingent from the 84 Airborne Special Forces Battalion comprising of one Infantry Platoon alongside an Indian Infantry Platoon is participating in the exercise, it said. The 15-day exercise is planned to train troops of both nations on crossing of obstacles, special heliborne operations, water patrolling, firing a variety of weapons, handling and neutralisation of improvised explosive devices and conduct of cordon and search operations in a counter insurgency and terrorism environment. The exercise will considerably enhance the interoperability between Indian Army and Mongolian Army in conduct of joint operations against international terrorism while serving in peacekeeping missions under the United Nations mandate, it said.
    India, Mongolia begin joint army exercise - The Times of India
     
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    ? counter insurgency and terrorism? interoperability? Outer Mongolia is safe in the embrace of China and Russia. both need to be wary of India's true intent!
     
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    What intent? Two countries having normal relations should be a problem for China how? And Outer Mongolia? you don't mean to invade Mongolia to like Tibet and East Turkmenistan, do you?
     
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    Genghiz Khan FTW. :p
     
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    History says India have no claim on other countries land...

    But there is a need to bring the outer and inner mongolia together...
     
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    what history were u talking abt? of babur, akbar, aurangzeb ? dont forget they were of Mongol descent and yr so-called India was cobbled up through continuous conquests and annexations incl. British Raj. and u brag of no claim of others' land?

    every move in the sandwiched Mongolia is monitored by 2 top powers!
     
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    I was referring to the times of Mauryan and Guptas and Ashok’s ... India never has any ill intensions on others…

    Those are Mongols and British invaders came to suck Indian blood and still India stands and refuses to give up…

    Inspite of centuries of plundering and pilferage India managed to give likes of Buddha, Vivekananda and Gandhi to the world…

    These makes more reason for Mongolia to be out of the clutch of the two powers...
     
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    Come on buddy..The reason why india didn't conquered any place outside india was not just because of any bull shit like indians were peace loving bla blah blah.
    Go through the history each and every kingdom in india were warring each other.So we didn't got any time to send our soldiers abrod to capture any foreign lands.Any way Mauryans,Cholas and Guptas for some extent had put their feet outside India thanks to their mighty armies.After Guptas there was no strong Hindu kingdom in india.Rajputs,shatavahanas ,Rashtrakutas all were just local warlords comparedd with the mangols,huns or the muslim invaders.
    No indian after guptas dared for any out side india conquest because they didn't find any spare time after dealing with their neighbours.:p So please every one refrain from comments that India from Neo palientological age were peace loving people ,so we didn''t conquered any one,We believed in Gandhhian ideals even from 10000BC so we allowed muslims too conquer us.:p
    If Indians were reluctant to wage war outside india how come borders of mauryan empire streched even to Central Asia at its peak.?
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    What would you do ? With the tactics of ww-2 era .In 21st century indian army still operating with the same weapons with whom their forefathers fought in second world war ,being mercenaries of British army .
    In this exercise ,not a single concept of modern warfare will be tested.
     
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    Don't be paranoid , Amoy...India is a peace-loving nation and wants to be friends with all including China. Regional trade will remove all suspicions and bring feelings of trust and harmony.
     
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    If anyone needs to be wary of then it SHOULD BE Imperialism of Han Chinese.

    Han Chinese have tried to terrorize almost all of their neighbors and issues daily warnings.

    Don't worry if you want to play String of Pearls then we can play String of Samosas. :lol:
     
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    WTF is samosas? Samurai?


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    Tenth India-Mongolia joint exercise culminates

    New Delhi, Feb 06 (IBNS) The tenth India Mongolia Joint Training Exercise culminated on Friday with a grand closing ceremony held at Gwalior Military Cantonment. The exercise had commenced on Jan 23. Brig SC Panwar of Indian Army stated that this exercise has enhanced mutual interoperability for counter terrorism/ insurgency assignments under the United Nations mandate, as required. Brig Gen Enkhbaatar of the Mongolian Army addressed all participants and commended them for their enthusiasm, jointmanship and professionalism during the successful conduct of training which he said would contribute significantly towards operating jointly in an United Nations environment, whenever the need arises. He also stated that understanding of each other’s method of carrying out operational assignments and logistics tasks was an important takeaway of the joint exercise.

    Tenth India-Mongolia joint exercise culminates | Indiablooms
     
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    and who are you to say so ?
    our armed forces use their own tactics which suit them the best. tactics and plans are based on the situation and objectives not on your and my liking. if you think that Indian armed forces still use enfields and weapons similar to that, then it just shows that you were in a deep slumber.

    get some knowledge of history, we were not mercenaries of British we were their guardian angels, we saved the ass of british from being thumped in Europe arena (and it is not just nationalistic me but british who acknowledge it).
    are you going to participate in this exercise ?- if yes then you may be right and if not then you must chew your words back, because if i was the army i wouldn't think it to be important enough to divulge my secrets to you.
    this is how things of national importance are maintained in secrecy. tactics, war plans, and operating procedures are never revealed to the public, after all they are for armed forces not just any tom, dick or harry
     
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    Glimpses : Joint Training with Mongolia
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    Some concepts will always be the same. How are Roger's Rules any different than patrolling today?

    Roger's Rules for Rangers

    Roger's Standing Orders

    The above rules are 300 years old.
     
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