- "The focus was on integrated operations while making the best use of the Indian Air Force's electronic warfare capabilities," CAC said.
- The drill showed that the IAF has the technological skills to take on challenges and protect India's skies from the country's enemies.
The Indian Air Force held an exercise called “Ranvijay” on Sunday, June 25. The focus of the exercise was on working together. It was run from different air bases near Prayagraj, where the IAF’s offices are. The IAF’s combat fleet, which included the Sukhoi Su-30MKI, was used for day and night operations. The Sukhoi Su-30MKI is a twin-engine multirole fighter aircraft designed by Russia’s Sukhoi and made by India’s Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) under license.
The Sukhoi Su-30MKI is a long-range, heavy fighter that can fly in any weather. After the Rafale jets made in France, it is the IAF’s most modern fighter. The IAF got its first fighter in 2002, and the first plane built in India went into service with the IAF in 2004.
About Indian Air Force’s Exercise ‘Ranvijay’
During Exercise Ranvijay, the Indian Air Force focused on how to work together and integrate. The plane showed that the Sukhoi and the IAF could do attacks at night. It also showed how well people and machines can work together and how the IAF can carry out missions in any situation.
In a statement, the Central Air Command (CAC) said that the main goal of this drill was to work on integrated operations while making the best use of the Indian Air Force’s (IAF) Electronic Warfare skills. In this drill, all combat assets were used to carry out a full range of operations. It will also make it easier for the IAF to do operations at night and work in all kinds of weather around the world.
“IAF UB Hills Prayagraj” “Exercise Ranvijay was held in the UB Hills and Central Air Command Area of Responsibility from June 16–23, and all combat assets worked day and night,” said the IAF’s Central Air Command. “The focus was on integrated operations while making the best use of the Indian Air Force’s electronic warfare capabilities,” CAC said.
The drill showed that the IAF has the technological skills to take on challenges and protect India’s skies from the country’s enemies. Also, when the three forces work together, they will be better able to stop threats from India’s enemies along the Western and Northern Borders.