Joint Security Exercise at Port Blair Airfield

Andaman and Nicobar Command (ANC) directed a joint security practice at Port Blair landing strip on February 16, 2022. The point of the drill was to test the readiness of all security offices during different possibilities terrorist attack, hostage crisis and hijack situation at the airfield or elsewhere.

Constantly penetrates were led at INS Utkrosh and Veer Savarkar International Airport. Speedy Reaction Teams (QRTs) from the Army, Navy and CISF were sent to counter depicted fear based oppressor dangers at different spots inside the landing strip. All the while, Special Forces components from the NSG, Ghatak Platoons and Marine Commandos (MARCOS) were likewise assembled for synchronized activity alongside the Quick Reaction Teams.

The Andaman and Nicobar Command has recently proclaimed a Joint Standard Operating Procedures for Security at Port Blair Airfield. These drills were intended to test, approve and tweak the SOPs as well as further develop coordination between all military and security offices at Port Blair. The SOPs have been created to actually counter any danger on this basic runway were additionally re-approved during the joint exercise.

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