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Exercise Poorvi Lehar 2024


Indian Navy conducted Exercise Poorvi Lehar on East Coast under the Operational Control of The Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Naval Command.


GS III: Security Challenges

Exercise Poorvi Lehar 2024: Indian Navy’s Maritime Security Drill

  • Operational Control: Conducted under the guidance of The Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Naval Command.
  • Objective: The exercise aimed to validate procedures and assess the preparedness of the Indian Navy in addressing Maritime Security challenges in the region.
Key Highlights:
  • Participants: The exercise involved the participation of Ships, Submarines, Aircraft, and Special Forces.
  • Phases of XPOL:
    • Tactical Phase: Combat training was conducted in a realistic scenario to simulate real-world challenges.
    • Weapon Phase: Successful conduct of various firings was carried out to demonstrate the Indian Navy’s capability to accurately deliver ordnance on target.
  • Maritime Domain Awareness: With the operation of aircraft from various locations, a near continuous Maritime Domain Awareness was maintained throughout the Area of Operations.
  • Interoperability: The exercise showcased a high degree of interoperability among the services, with participation from assets of the Eastern Naval Command, Indian Air Force (IAF), Andaman & Nicobar Command, and Coast Guard.
  • Realistic Training: The exercise provided valuable lessons to the participating forces by operating under realistic conditions, enhancing their readiness to effectively respond to maritime challenges in the region.
  • Reaffirmation of Commitment: The successful conclusion of Exercise Poorvi Lehar 2024 reaffirms the Indian Navy’s commitment to addressing the growing security challenges in the maritime domain.

May 2024