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India’s special forces conducted ‘Bull Strike’ triservice exercise

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Andaman and Nicobar Command (ANC) has conducted a three-day Tri-Service Combat Exercise code-named “Bull Strike” at Teressa Island in Nicobar Group of Islands. The exercise focussed on interoperability and synergy among three services – Army, Navy and Air Force to maximise combat potential.

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About “Bull Strike” Exercise 

  • The exercise saw participation from three services components of ANC, elements of Indian Army’s Parachute Brigade, MARCOS (Marine Commando Force) and Special Forces.
  • The training activities included combat free fall and paradrop from Advanced Airlifter C-130J “Super Hercules” by a company of Para Commandos, action by MARCOS of Indian Navy and Special Heli Borne Operations (SHBO) by Indian Army Ghatak platoons.
  • Search and rescue (SAR) and medical evacuation procedures were also practised by the participating troops.

Important takeaways for all competitive exams:

  • Chief of Defence Staff of India: General Bipin Rawat.
  • Commander-in-Chief of Indian Armed Forces: Ram Nath Kovind (President of India).

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