AUSTRA HIND22′ is infused with history. This is the largest contingent of Australian soldiers to have landed in India since World War II.
To counter China’s threat in the Indo-Pacific, the QUAD alliance was created by Japan, Australia, the USA, and Japan. The QUAD nations aim to neutralize any Chinese dragon-related military threat. They also cooperate at diplomatic and economic levels.
Despite the Indian military undergoing a major upgrade of weapons and equipment, it continues to be
Over the past few years, we have conducted joint training exercises with our counterparts from other countries.
These exercises were largely conducted in cooperation with countries that have differences from China.
Australia is the latest QUAD country to begin joint military exercises.
“AUSTRA HIND 22”, a joint military exercise between Australia and India, began at the Mahajan Field Firing Ranges, Rajasthan, on November 28. The first exercise in the ‘AUSTRA HIND Series’, ‘AUSTRA HIND 22,’ will end on December 11.
“AUSTRA HIND 22” has a historical element. This is the largest contingent of Australian soldiers to have landed in India since World War II.
At “AUSTRA HIND 22”, the Indian Army will be represented by the Dogra Regiment, while Australia will send troops from the 13th Brigade of the 2nd Division of its army.
This exercise will allow for the sharing of expertise in multi-domain operations, including peacekeeping operations, in semi-desert territory under the United Nations (UN).
“AUSTRA HIND 22” is an initiative that will allow the armies to share best practices and tactics at the Platoon and Company level in order to neutralize hostile threats.