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Indian Navy participates in disaster reflief exercise Komodo in Indonesia

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    India is among the countries participating in the multilateral humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HA/DR) exercise Komodo being held in Indonesia from March 28 to April 3.

    The Indian Navy is being represented in the exercise by INS Sukanya with integral Chetak, an official press release said here today.
    Other participants in the exercise include Indonesia, United States, China, Russia, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines and Laos.

    The exercise is being conducted in three phases – Harbour Phase, Sea Phase and Civic Mission Phase.

    Activities during Harbour Phase include Table Top exercise (TTX) on HA/DR, Disaster Relief Command Post Exercise, Sports and Social Interaction.

    During the Sea Phase, SAREX (Search and Rescue Exercise), Cross Deck Flying/Evacuation, lashing, MOBEX (Man Overboard Exercise), Oil Leakage Control, Platform Remnant Exercise and Damage Control exercise would be undertaken.

    In addition, Land and Ship Medical Evacuation Exercise (MEDEVAC) and Engineering Civic Action Programme (ENCAP) would be undertaken during the Civic Mission Phase in which personnel from Sukanya would participate, the release added
     
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    At least all are working hand in hand. Also does the exercise involve civilian ship along with warships?
     
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