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Winged Raider

Winged Raider

The Indian Army has conducted its largest airborne exercise called the Winged Raider, where 500 troops participated on January 17, 2020.

The exercise demonstrated the operational readiness of the air warriors and paratroopers. The C-130 Hercules, Dhruv Helicopters and C-17 globe master transport aircraft were used in the training.

The exercise was telecasted live. It focused on encountering China in India's border region and also included capacity building programmes and habitats for the troops. The exercise also focused on moving certain advanced weapon system to the eastern side of India.

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