Video: India, Britain Begin Two-Week Joint Military Exercise

Indian and British soldiers are spending three weeks in Britain as part of a joint exchange exercise.

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An Indian Army infantry company took part in a training exercise on Salisbury Plains in the UK. One-hundred-and-twenty soldiers from One Battalion of the Kumaon Regiment of the Indian Army are spending three weeks in Britain as part of a joint exchange exercise codenamed Ajeya Warrior.

The exercise is held every other year and aims at building positive military relations between the two countries.

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