“Sarvada Vijay”: Indian Army’s desert exercise conducted to tests its fighting skills
Indian Army conducted “Sarvada Vijay” combat drill in West Rajasthan as part of regular training aimed at honing war-fighting skills in temperatures as high as 45 degree Celsius. Composite infantry and mechanized forces practised swift manoeuvres as part of the air – land battle.
Networked radars, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and aerial surveillance platforms ensured continuous flow of information resulting in battlefield transparency which enabled Commanders to assess and suitably modify their operational plans to meet the emerging challenges. Mobile communication systems integrated with terrestrial network provided efficient communication during manoeuvres.