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Indian and Australian armed forces on Wednesday conducted tactical exercises in multi-domain operations in urban and semi-urban terrain during the Joint Military Exercise AustraHind 2023 in Australia.
 
The exercise is being conducted in Western Australia’s Perth from November 22 to December 6. The Indian Army contingent comprises 60 personnel from a battalion of the Gorkha Rifles. One officer from the Indian Navy and 20 personnel from the Indian Air Force are also participating in the exercise. The Australian Army contingent comprises 60 personnel from the 13th Brigade.
 
The Australian contingent also includes 20 personnel each from the Royal Australian Navy and Royal



Australian Air Force, according to an official release by the Ministry of Defence (MoD).
 
The aim of the exercise is to foster collaborative partnership and share best practices between the two nations, the MoD stated in the release, adding that the joint drills will also promote interoperability while undertaking multi-domain operations in urban and semi-urban terrain under Chapter VII of the United Nations on peacekeeping operations.
 
The exercise will help in promoting understanding between the militaries of India and Australia while also strengthening defence cooperation between the two nations, the release stated.




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