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Third India-Japan joint military drill kick-started

Combat experienced troops of the Maratha Light Infantry Regiment of the Indian Army and the 30th Infantry Regiment of Japanese Ground Self Defense Forces participate in the exercise this year.

Source: Twitter/@adgpi
Source: Twitter/@adgpi

The third edition of joint military exercise between India and Japan kick-started on Feb. 27 in Karnataka, India. The military exercise, which aims to improve interoperability and mutual understanding between the two countries, will last from Feb. 27 to Mar. 10

The contingent of Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) arrived in India to take part in the 12 days long 'Exercise Dharma Guardian'. The joint drill will focus on operations in Jungle & Semi-Urban/Urban terrains.

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