Near Doklam, a rare peek at the army base (and golf course) of Bhutan’s Haa district

Source: Globaltimes.cn Published: 2017/8/27 19:17:52

  • The Indian and Bhutanese armies established a joint drill base in Haa district, which is less than 40 kilometers from Dong Lang (Doklam) area. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

  • Indian military vehicles are seen at Paro, Bhutan, on the way to Haa district. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

  • Indian military vehicles mobilize at Paro, Bhutan, on the way to Haa district. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

  • An Indian soldier stationed in Haa district reads from a notebook. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

  • An Indian soldier and Bhutanese military policeman walk near an archery range in Haa. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

  • A Bhutanese military policeman participates in an archery competition in Haa district, Bhutan. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

  • A Bhutanese military policeman participates in an archery competition in Haa district, Bhutan. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

  • Bhutanese military policemen participate in an archery competition in Haa district, Bhutan. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

  • Indian soldiers wearing traditional Bhutanese costumes pose for a photo in Haa district. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

  • Pictured is an Indian army ambulance in Haa district, Bhutan. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

  • Pictured is a golf course built by the Indian military in Haa district for soldiers. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

  • Pictured is a helipad built by the Indian army near Haa district, Bhutan. Photo: Cui Meng/GT

  • Haa district, Bhutan is less than 40 kilometers from Dong Lang (Doklam) area. Photo: Cui Meng/GT






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