Chinese army launches massive military drill in Tibet

Soldiers assigned to a brigade of the PLA Tibet Military Command (MC) maneuver an all-terrain vehicle during an assault training exercise in mountainous region on December 6, 2016. ( Wang Hao)
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Chinese army has conducted massive military exercises in Tibet mountainous region, the first such drill after it reconstituted area command which looks after the Line of Actual Control in the Kashmir region.

That was reported by

Over 10,000 soldiers with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Xinjiang Military Area Command participated in a defensive drill in a mountainous area rising over 4,000 meters above sea level in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, state- run People’s Daily said in brief report with photographs of the drills.

The operation spread across seven hills and included “missions relating to camouflage, intelligence, reconnaissance and counterattack”, it said.