Indian Navy Concludes TROPEX

first_img View post tag: Navy Indian Navy Concludes TROPEX Share this article March 5, 2013 The Indian Navy’s major annual exercise TROPEX (Theatre level Readiness and Operational Exercise), concluded on 01 Mar 2013 after more than a month of manoeuvres, weapon firings and tactical evaluation. TROPEX was a theatre level exercise, conducted on the Western Seaboard, aimed to assess the operational readiness of ships, submarines and aircraft from all Commands of the Navy, with joint participation of units from the Army, Air Force and the Coast Guard. Over 50 ships and submarines, and around 75 aircraft participated in the exercise.This year’s TROPEX also included an amphibious exercise, involving about 2000 troops, tanks, amphibious vehicles and their associated equipment.Admiral DK Joshi, Chief of the  Naval Staff, embarked ships of the combined fleet during the exercise and witnessed conduct of various evolutions and firings. Diverse facets of maritime operations were exercised at sea and bases ashore. Key issues emerging would be suitably incorporated by the Indian Navy in its Concept of Operations.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, March 5, 2013; Image: Indian Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today Indian Navy Concludes TROPEX View post tag: Concludes View post tag: Defencecenter_img View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Naval Training & Education View post tag: Defense View post tag: TROPEX View post tag: Indianlast_img

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