- September 2022, Army’s Kharga Corps and the Indian Air Force conducted the exercise over a period of four days in several areas of Punjab, bordering Ambala.
- The exercise comprised the deployment of attack helicopters as the aerial arm in support of ground forces carrying out drills, practising annihilation of enemy defences and deep penetration, it said.
- It validated the Apache 64E and Advanced Light Helicopter WSI as potent weapons delivery platforms.
- The joint exercise, spearheaded by General Officer Commanding, Khagra Corps, Lt Gen Pratik Sharma, was conducted over four days.
Joint exercise ‘Gagan Strike’ is conducted in Punjab by Indian Army and air force
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