Indian Army trains Afghan women cadets in Chennai

A four-week military training programme has nineteen Afghan women cadets, serving in combat roles, training alongside Indian counterparts at India’s only academy that trains women cadets and officers.

Chennai’s Officers Training Academy is hosting women officers from the Afghan Armed Forces for the second time till December 26.

The officers are trained in several areas including weaponry, firing, communication, tactics, administration and logistics. Read More

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