Inaugural edition of Africa-India Joint Field Training Exercise underway


The inaugural edition of Africa-India Joint Field Training Exercise (AFINDEX-19) between 17 African nations and Indian Army is being conducted in Pune under the overall supervision of Headquarters Southern Command.

The exercise commenced on March 18 and will conclude on March 27. The training of the participating nations is being conducted at two locations.

The Humanitarian Mine Action training is being conducted at the College of Military Engineering (CME), Pune and Peace Keeping Operations being conducted at Foreign Training Node, Aundh Military Station.

The Humanitarian Mine Actions (HMA) leg of AFINDEX-19 has been conducted at College of Military Engineering (CME) in four phases. Read More

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