CORMORANT STRIKE XI A MULTINATIONAL SPECIAL FORCE EXERCISE
A Special Forces Team of the Indian Army with 9 members took part in Multinational Special Forces Exercise Cormorant Strike XI held at Sri Lanka from 03 to 30 Sep 2021. Unique Forces groups of six nations took part in the activity. Troops from the Special Forces Group of Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh, Maldives, Pakistan, and Nepal took part in the activity.
The Exercise Cormorant Strike is the chief Field Training Exercise (FTX) of the Sri Lankan Armed Forces.
The eleventh Edition has been solely intended for the Special Operations Forces (SOF) in a joint setting to assemble collaboration with different Arms and Sister Services. Delegates from outside nations including India, Nepal, the Maldives, Pakistan and Bangladesh are taking an interest in the occasion as players and onlookers.
The eleventh joint Tri-administration Mega Field Training Exercise (FTX) ‘Exercise – Cormorant Strike XI – 2021’, coordinated by the Army with the cooperation of unfamiliar military agents got in progress on 03 August 2021 at Operational Headquarters at Infantry Training Centre, Minneriya.
‘Exercise – Cormorant Strike XI – 2021′ started after an instruction conveyed by the Exercise Director, Major General Harendra Ranasinghe along with the Deputy Ex-Director, Major General Anil Samarasiri, and different partners.
A sum of 2846 members, including unfamiliar soldiers as eyewitnesses or donors, delegates from outside nations, for example, India, Nepal, Maldives, Pakistan, and Bangladesh as players and onlookers are likewise expected to take part in this Field Training Exercise (FTX) ‘Exercise.
The Exercise will be led overall spaces of Mannar, Wilpattu, Arippu, Thunukkai, Vavunikulam, Nedunkerni, Chundikulam, Nayaru, Thiriyaya, Nilaveli, Thoppur, Ilankanthai, Vakarai, Thonithattumadu, Narakamulla, Kanchikudichchiaru, Chenkalady, Dambulla, Moragahakanda, Meemure, Colombo, Dikowita and will proceed until 25th September 2021 preceding the end function gets in progress on 26 September 2021.FOLLOW