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Army chief Bikram Singh reviews raising of Mountain Strike Corps
DNA

Army chief monitors progress of new strike corps

Army chief General Bikram Singh on Wednesday tracked the progress made in setting up a new mountain strike corps to counter China in the eastern sector. India will spend more than Rs. 62,000 crore over the next seven years to set up the new formation, 17 ... Hindustan Times, 2 months ago
Army chief reviews raising of Mountain Strike Corps Business Standard, 2 months ago
Times of India

Army chief reviews mountain strike corps

With India keen to acquire “quick reaction force (QRF) capabilities” against China, Army chief General Bikram Singh on Wednesday reviewed the raising of the new mountain strike corps that will give the force a “concrete” counter-offensive option in ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Tunis Afrique Presse News Agency

Chaambi Terrorist Attack Carried Out By a Group of 40 to 60 Terrorists - Defense Ministry

Kasbah, — The group of terrorists who attacked, Wednesday evening, the camps of the National Army in Mount Chaambi was made up of 40 to 60 terrorists, who came outside the mountain and probably from outside the country, National Defense Minister ...
 AllAfrica.com1 week ago
NEWS.com.au

Army rocked by Commando death

The 44-year-old Sydney based commando was killed during an alpine training exercise on New Zealand's notorious Mount Cook. Police said the elite special-forces soldier plunged 40 metres down a crevasse on the Grand Plateau at about 12.20pm local ...
 NEWS.com.au2 weeks ago Army unit successfully finishes command exercise  People's Army Newspaper Online1 month ago

House panel approves energy spending bill

The House Appropriations Committee approved a $34 billion spending bill for the Department of Energy (DOE) and Army Corps of Engineers Wednesday. The energy and water bill, which funds programs under the direction of DOE and the corps for fiscal ...
 The Hill1 month ago House passes sixth '15 appropriations bill  The Hill2 weeks ago The Climate Post: White House Announces New Climate Change Initiatives  Huffington Post1 week ago White House Threatens Veto of $34B House Energy Spending Bill  Power Magazine2 weeks ago

Zarb-e-Azb continues with success, nation at back

- Islamabad—15 terrorists were killed in Zartatangi mountain heights, East of Miranshah by Army gunship cobra helicopters in the night of Wednesday. It was one of the main communication centers of terrorists, said DG ISPR Major General Asim Bajwa ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago
Air Force Times

Soldiers climb Mount McKinley, test Army gear

Eight soldiers battled biting winds, blistering sun and subzero temperatures to scale North America's tallest mountain — and they did it all with Army-issued gear. The soldiers, from U.S. Army Alaska, the Army's Northern Warfare Training Center ...
 Air Force Times2 weeks ago Afghan army's rusty tank relics still roll into battle  Stars and Stripes1 week ago Mountain Warrior Soldiers advise, train and assist Afghan army  DVIDS1 month ago Bergdahl Wasn't Only Soldier to 'Walk Off' Afghan Outposts  ABC News1 month ago

Army mends LoC fence, on alert as snows melt

With summer approaching and the snow about to melt in the upper reaches, which will open the mountain passes, the Army has put its troops on high alert to scuttle any infiltration attempts by militants from across the LoC. Simultaneously, the Corps of ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
Eurasia Review

India: XVII Mountain Corps Analysis

By IPCS By Amit Saksena On 1 January 2014, the flag of the newly sanctioned XVII Corps was hoisted at its interim headquarters in Ranchi, which kick-started the process of fielding a credible Indian deterrent force on the Northeastern ...
 Eurasia Review1 week ago

Faced with PLA incursions: GoI to give boost to Strike Corps

Sanjeev Pargal JAMMU, June 29: As there was no let up in incursions by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) in Leh district of Ladakh region, the Government of India has decided to give a boost to the Mountain Strike Corps, which it planned to set up ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago
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