IND-USA took a big decision together to teach a lesson to China, the dragon decided to get chilli

This military exercise will be held from October 18 to 31 at an altitude of 10,000 feet in Auli, Uttarakhand. Auli is about 95 km from the LAC, the disputed border between India and China.

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speaker of the american parliament Nancy Pelosi Tensions have been brewing between China and the US after the recent visit to Taiwan. Amidst this tension, India and America in October this year in Uttarakhand bordering China. war exercise have decided to do. This military exercise will take place from October 18 to 31 at Auli in Uttarakhand at an altitude of 10,000 feet and will focus on altitude warfare training. According to a report, the annual joint exercise is not new, but its timing and location are interesting.

This is because Beijing has been conducting unprecedented military exercises around Taiwan for the past several days and keeping that in mind, this year’s war exercise of India and America has many meanings. US Army Pacific Major Jonathan Lewis said the strategy for this year’s exercise focused on cold-weather operations and the many challenges faced by high altitudes and such environments.

Auli 95 kms from LAC

Let us tell you that the disputed border between Auli India and China is about 95 km from the Line of Actual Control (LAC). The last exercise was held in Alaska, USA in October last year. Sources said the aim of the exercise is to enhance understanding, cooperation and inter-operability between the armies of India and the US. India has previously hosted the annual exercise in Uttarakhand in 2014, 2016 and 2018. But all those exercises were conducted in the foothills, which was more than 300 km from the border.

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Last year’s exercise also focused on high altitude, cold climate training. Jonathan Lewis said that the combination of high altitude and proximity to the border area shows that the US and India are progressing well. During his visit to India this year, US Army Pacific Commanding General Charles Flynn had called China’s military gathering near the disputed border “dangerous”. A US Defense Department spokesperson said that the relationship with India was one of the most important elements of our shared vision for a free and open Indo-Pacific region.