Op Hercules undertaken by Indian Air Force and Indian Army

The aim of this high-intensity airlift was to strengthen the logistics supply in the Northern sector and to augment winter stocking in the operational areas.


Devdiscourse News Desk | New Delhi | Updated: 17-11-2021 15:03 IST | Created: 17-11-2021 15:03 IST
Op Hercules undertaken by Indian Air Force and Indian Army
 The platforms utilised for the airlift were C-17, IL-76 and An-32 aircraft, which took off from one of the forward bases of Western Air Command.  Image Credit: Twitter(@PIBChandigarh)
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A joint airlift exercise, 'Op Hercules' was undertaken by the Indian Air Force and Indian Army on 15 November 2021. The aim of this high-intensity airlift was to strengthen the logistics supply in the Northern sector and to augment winter stocking in the operational areas.

The platforms utilised for the airlift were C-17, IL-76 and An-32 aircraft, which took off from one of the forward bases of Western Air Command. The effort was a real-time demonstration of the inherent heavy-lift capability of the Indian Air Force, which has played a major role in ensuring the ability to quickly respond to any contingency during the past.

(With Inputs from PIB)

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