Indra-2014 anti-terror drills held near Volgograd

A traditional Russian bread-and-salt welcome for Indian servicemen, who arrived at the Volgograd Airport for participation in the Russian-Indian Indra-2014 tactical exercises.
The exercises were held on September 23 - October 2 at the Prudboy training range in the Volgograd region.
Over 700 personnel participated in the exercises.
Indian soldiers and an Orthodox priest during the opening of Indra-2014.
Russian and Indian motorized infantry units participated in the manoeuvres.
The Indian servicemen tried their hand at Russian-made weapons during the exercise.
Indians fired anti-tank rocket launchers, Kalashnikov guns and Dragunov SVD sniper rifles.
Indian servicemen found Russian weapons used in Indra very useful.
The Russian military actively used armoured vehicles, while Indian units placed emphasis on infantry operations.
Military personnel from both countries worked out joint actions for protecting important state facilities, accompanying convoys, and the neutralization of illegal armed formations.
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