Exercise Tiger Triumph

Updated March 28th, 2024 at 20:14 IST

India-US Tri-service Exercise Tiger Triumph Advances to Harbour Phase

The ongoing bilateral tri-service exercise, 'Tiger Triumph-24,' between the Indian Army and the United States Defence Forces aims to enhance interoperability.

Reported by: Yuvraj Tyagi

1/7: Bilateral tri-service exercise 'Tiger Triumph-24' involves over 700 Indian Army personnel. It is aimed at enhancing interoperability and refining disaster response capabilities./ Image: ADGPI

2/7: The exercise is conducted in two phases: harbour phase at Visakhapatnam and sea phase at Kakinada and Focuses on HADR operations and sub-conventional operations./ Image: ADGPI

3/7: Indian Army contingent includes infantry, mechanised infantry, Para (Special Forces), artillery, engineers, and supporting arms. The exercise showcases newly procured weapons and advanced technology./ Image: ADGPI

4/7: Harbour phase emphasizes communication checks and personnel exchanges for mutual understanding./ Image: ADGPI

5/7: Sea phase involves complex operations like ship-to-shore moves and IDP camp establishment. Demonstration of precision, coordination, and commitment to humanitarian assistance is also included./ Image: ADGPI

6/7: Joint drills enhance operational capabilities against asymmetric threats. Exercises include convoy operations, IED drills, cordon and search operations, and counter-ambush drills./ Image: ADGPI

7/7: Exercise Tiger Triumph reflects commitment to interoperability, joint operational capabilities, and intelligence sharing between India and the US./ Image: ADGPI

Published March 28th, 2024 at 20:14 IST