Heli Slithering training given to male and female commando trainees at BTC, ITBP Bhanu

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19 women from different units of ITBP and 100 men from different units of ITBP in 6th Women Commando Course under the able guidance of Sh. Ishwar Singh Duhan, Inspector General Basic Training Centre, at Basic Training Centre, Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force, Bhanu, Panchkula (Haryana) 94 trainees from different units of the Central Bureau of Investigation and 07 trainees from the Bureau of Police Research and Development (State Police), a total of 120 commando trainees are undergoing training. These commando courses are conducted for a period of 06 weeks for female commandos and 10 weeks for male commandos.
Commando courses prepare the trainees to deal with harsh conditions with rigorous training by giving them a variety of training, of which helly Slithering is a major part of the commando course. In this, the helicopter is taught to land with the help of a rope. The main objective of which is that soldiers can be deployed at remote places in a short time by helicopter. In places where there is no helipad or in urban areas, fast landing can be done with the help of a rope.
Slithering is commonly used in situations when the ground is soft or uneven for a dangerous landing position. Also slow deployment is used when there is a danger of fire from the opposition, commandos are specialized soldiers in all forces so a commando has the basic skill of slipping. Basic requirement of heli slithering– short borne heli operations and construction of rope rescue and landings for operations and quick evacuation of troops if there is no way in the area, this type of exercise is conducted for all these activities. On this occasion Sh. Ishwar Singh Duhan, Inspector General, Sh. Ashwini Kumar, Deputy Inspector General, Sh. Rajesh Sharma, Deputy Inspector General and other officials and trainers and trainees of the commando team were present.


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