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Lt Gen Dhiraj Seth Oversees ‘Exercise Anant Vijay’: A Testament to Operational Excellence of Ranbankura Division

One of the key highlights of ‘Exercise Anant Vijay’ was the seamless integration of combined arms tactics, wherein infantry, armored units, and artillery formations collaborated harmoniously to execute tactical maneuvers.

In a resounding display of military prowess and preparedness, Lieutenant General Dhiraj Seth, the Army Commander of the South Western Command, led a comprehensive review of the operational readiness of the Ranbankura Division Chetak Corps.

This exercise, aptly named ‘Exercise Anant Vijay’, showcased the division’s unwavering commitment to safeguarding India’s Western Borders through a series of meticulously planned tactical drills and maneuvers.

The Ranbankura Division, entrusted with the critical responsibility of securing a significant portion of India’s western frontiers, underwent rigorous training and evaluation under the keen supervision of Lt Gen Dhiraj Seth.

The exercise, conducted with precision and attention to detail, aimed to assess the division’s combat readiness and validate its operational capabilities in varied terrain and weather conditions.

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One of the key highlights of ‘Exercise Anant Vijay’ was the seamless integration of combined arms tactics, wherein infantry, armored units, and artillery formations collaborated harmoniously to execute tactical maneuvers.

Notably, the division also synchronized its operations with attack helicopters from the Army Aviation and the Indian Air Force, underscoring the importance of jointness and interoperability in modern warfare scenarios.

Moreover, the exercise provided an opportune platform to validate the efficacy of tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) evolved with the induction of state-of-the-art New Generation Equipment.

By incorporating cutting-edge technology and weaponry into its operational repertoire, the Ranbankura Division demonstrated its adaptability and readiness to counter emerging threats and challenges effectively.

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In the aftermath of the exercise, Lt Gen Dhiraj Seth expressed his profound appreciation for the dedication and professionalism exhibited by all ranks of the Ranbankura Division.

He lauded their unwavering commitment to duty and relentless pursuit of operational excellence, despite the formidable challenges posed by the rugged terrain and unpredictable weather conditions prevalent in the region.

“The exemplary performance displayed by the Ranbankura Division during ‘Exercise Anant Vijay’ is a testament to their indomitable spirit and steadfast resolve to uphold the highest standards of operational readiness,” remarked Lt Gen Dhiraj Seth. “Their ability to seamlessly integrate various combat elements and leverage cutting-edge technology underscores their readiness to tackle any threat to national security with utmost efficiency and effectiveness.”

As India continues to navigate a dynamic and evolving security landscape, exercises like ‘Anant Vijay’ assume paramount significance in enhancing the combat readiness and operational effectiveness of its armed forces.

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Through rigorous training, meticulous planning, and unwavering dedication, the Ranbankura Division reaffirms its role as a bulwark of India’s defense architecture, steadfastly guarding its frontiers and ensuring the safety and security of its citizens.

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Pratham Gurung
Pratham Gurung
An avid movie buff who aspires to make it into the armed forces. Always had a knack for words so reading and writing are my favourite hobbies. Can debate on anything but not everything.
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