Indo Japan Joint Exercise Ex-Dharma Guardian 2022 has begun

The third edition of the joint military exercise “EX Dharma Guardian 2022” between India and Japan will take place from 27 February to 10 March 2022 in Belgaum (Belgaum), Karnataka.

The Fifteenth Battalion The Maratha Infantry Regiment of the Indian Army and the 30th Infantry Regiment of the Autonomous Defense Forces of Japanese Field (JGGSDF) participate in this 12-day joint exercise.

The 12 days long joint exercise plan incorporates house intercessions drills, attacks on psychological oppressor refuges in semi metropolitan territory, battle emergency treatment, unarmed battle and close quarter battle terminating where the two sides will together train, plan and execute a progression of all around created strategic drills for the balance of likely dangers.

The joint field preparing works out, joint battle conversations and joint exhibitions will come full circle with a multi-day approval practice planned on 08 and 09 March 2022. Exceptional accentuation is being laid on upgrading strategic abilities to battle worldwide psychological oppression and on improving between operability between the powers and to elevate Army to Army relations.

Exercise DHARMA GUARDIAN with Japan is crucial and significant in terms of security challenges faced by both nations in the backdrop of the current global situation. The scope of this exercise covers platoon level joint training on operations in the jungle and semi-urban/urban terrain.