Indian-Chinese Hand-in-Hand 2018 counter-terrorism training


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Indian Chinese Hand in Hand 2018 counter terrorism training
Chinese and Indian soldiers at the Hand-in-Hand 2018 joint exercise (Picture source: ChinaNews/An Yuan)


In the coordinated tactical command training phase, the officers and soldiers participating in the drills would jointly complete training in 12 subjects, including theoretical research on counter-terrorism tactics and improvised explosive device disposal, as well as field training in sign language communication, formation tactics, search and blockade and control skills. Each counter-terrorism operation team consists of two personnel from each side.

In order to improve the difficulty of joint training, the two sides also envisaged anti-terrorism actions in various backgrounds such as no roads, being spotted by the enemy in advance and bad weather to make the training closer to actual combat requirements.


 

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