Army chief invites Australia for joint Special Forces drill


Army chief invites Australia for joint Special Forces drill

Indian Army chief General Dalbir Singh has invited the Australian Army to participate in the inaugural joint Special Forces training exercise being planned in India in October.

General Singh is on a five-day tour of Australia.

“The army chief has extended an invitation to the Australian Army to participate in the inaugural Joint Special Forces Training Exercise being planned in India in October 2016,” a defence ministry release said.

The Australian Army showcased some of its best facilities and institutions during the visit. General Singh visited the Australian School of Military Engineering and appreciated the combat engineering skills and professionalism. He was also briefed on the largest Australian LHD (landing helicopter dock) — HMAS Adelaide.

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