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India’s Combatised Uttar Bharat Area (CUBA) recently conducted war games that showcased the effectiveness of the ZU-23 mm anti-aircraft gun system against low-level aerial threats. The swift and precise engagement of targets during these exercises highlights the ZU-23’s role in bolstering India’s air defense capabilities.

These war games come amidst a period of strategic rebalancing for the Indian Army, implemented following the Galwan Valley clash. This restructuring involved shifting responsibility for the crucial Himachal and Uttarakhand borders with China to the Central Command. This move aimed to address the geographical strain previously faced by the Northern Command, particularly 1 Corps. The rebalancing efforts were spearheaded by the late General Bipin Rawat, then Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), and General Manoj Mukund Naravane, the current Chief of Army Staff.

The implementation of Theatre Commands is expected to bring about significant changes in how the Indian Armed Forces operate, further strengthening national security.