WATCH: COAS witnesses corps degree army drills in Kharian

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Wednesday witnessed the end result section of a corps degree train in Kharian, geared toward validating operational ideas as a sequel to Army War Games, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) mentioned in an announcement.

It mentioned that the train geared toward enhancing operational preparedness of formations, encompassing defensive and offensive duties for numerous contingencies.

The army’s media wing mentioned that the train concerned the employment of the most recent weapon programs together with VT-Four tanks and fight air assist.

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Speaking on the event, in accordance ISPR assertion, General Qamar appreciated the operational readiness and professionalism of taking part troops. He expressed his full satisfaction with the efficiency of newly inducted Chinese VT-Four tanks geared up with subtle expertise and the most recent weapon system coupled with enhanced mobility.

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The military chief careworn that life like coaching in peace time is obligatory to fulfill any eventuality. “Continued apply of operational drills is crucial for efficient response to wide-ranging threats,” he emphasised.

Earlier, the military chief was obtained by Commander 1 Corps Lieutenant General Shaheen Mazher Mahmood upon his arrival within the train space adopted by a complete briefing on the train.

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