KHAIRPUR TAMEWALI (Online) - The first phase of Pak Armys biggest ever war games, Azm-e-Nau, were launched in Bahawalpur on Saturday. The first phase will continue till April 19 while the second one is scheduled to be held in Sialkot. The enemy forces have been named as Fox Land while Pak Army represents the Blue Land. 50,000 soldiers from the artillery, infantry and armoured corps units have been deployed for the exercises, which would end on May 13. Army Chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kiyani would also inspect the exercises. The gunship choppers, Al-Khalid and Al-Zarrar tanks, most modern radars, new systems of other weaponry and the state of art technology are being used in these exercises. The conventional land combat would take place between the Blue and Fox forces to asses the level of preparedness of Pak Army. The Army men would also demonstrate their skills while crossing over the canals during night hours. The Army sources say it is being ensured that minimum loss was caused to the farming community during the war games while whatever the loss occurred would be compensated. The military says all available surveillance and reconnaissance assets will be utilised in the exercise to validate their efficiency. Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani has declared the years 2009-2010 as the 'year of training based on the current security situation.