New Delhi: After the China border, now the Indian Air Force is going to show its strength on the border with Pakistan. From May 6 to May 20, the Air Force is going to conduct a major exercise in the areas of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal and Punjab.
In this, the Air Force will further sharpen its strength through fighter aircraft, helicopters, AWACS and missiles.
The Air Force will test its combat capabilities in this exercise so that these weapons can meet the opportunity if the opportunity arises. In this exercise, aircraft like Rafale, Sukhoi, Jaguar, MiG-29, Apache, Chinook of the Air Force will show their strength. They will showcase that how they practice stopping and shooting down enemy aircraft on the Line of Control and international border, as well as destroying them by entering its border.
Earlier in December, the IAF had shown its strength along the border with China when the IAF’s Eastern Sector carried out a military exercise.
After the Pulwama attack in 2019, the Mirage fighter of the Air Force destroyed the Jaish terrorist camp in Balakot, Pakistan.
After that, when Pakistani aircraft entered the Indian border, the brave pilot of the Indian Air Force, Group Captain Abhinandan, shot down a Pakistani F-16 with his old MiG 21.