New Delhi: Indian Army and US Army officials together played a rock concert in the Himalayas during the 18th edition of Yudh Abhyas held recently in Auli, Uttarakhand.
In a video, army officials of both the countries can be seen enjoying the view of the Himalayas with a great rock band playing alongside. A senior American officer took a lead guitar while an Indian army officer is seen playing drums.
#WATCH | Indian Army and US Army's spontaneous rock concerts in the Himalayas with senior American officer on lead guitar during the 18th edition of Yudh Abhyas held recently in Auli, Uttarakhand
(Source: US Army's 11th Airborne Division) pic.twitter.com/A3mevRWzvd
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The 11th Airborne Division of the US Army has shared the video of that rock concert. The event took place during the 18th edition of Yudh Abhyas held recently in Auli, Uttarakhand.
India and the US, on Saturday, successfully concluded the joint military exercise ‘Yudh Abhyas’. The exercise led to greater synergy and interoperability between both the armies in peacekeeping and disaster relief operations.
US Army soldiers of 2nd Brigade of the 11th Airborne Division and Indian Army soldiers from the Assam Regiment participated in the exercise.
The training schedule focused on employment of an integrated battle group under Chapter VII of the UN Mandate.
The schedule included all operations related to peace keeping and peace enforcement. The troops from both nations worked together to achieve common objectives. The joint exercise also focused on Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) operations. Troops from both nations practiced launching of swift and coordinated relief efforts in the wake of any natural calamity.
The exercise involved exchanges and practices on a wide spectrum of combat skills including combat engineering, employment of Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) and Counter-UAS techniques and information operations.
(With inputs from ANI)