Monday, 10 July 2017

India, US and Japan ready for Naval Exercise in Indian Ocean

Kolkata, JNN Malabar naval exercise with the involvement of India, US and Japan navies has begun in the Gulf of Bengal between the growing military presence of China in the disputed South China Sea. US Rear Admiral WD said that in this maneuvers 75 aircraft have joined. Hopefully the maritime nations will be watching this maneuvers.

This practice is taking place at a time when there has been a major military standoff between the forces of India and China in the Sikkim region.
Kolkata, JNN Malabar naval exercise with the involvement of India, US and Japan navies has begun in the Gulf of Bengal between the growing military presence of China in the disputed South China Sea. US Rear Admiral WD said that in this maneuvers 75 aircraft have joined. Hopefully the maritime nations will be watching this maneuvers.

In this year's practice, a large number of airports, naval naval submarines and naval ships were included in the three countries. This practice is taking place at a time when there has been a major military standoff between the forces of India and China in the Sikkim region and Beijing is increasing its naval presence in the South China Sea. The aim of the Malabar military exercise is to establish a deep military relationship between the three naval navies in the strategically important Indian Pacific region.

India and America have been doing regular practice since 1992. Beijing Malabar sees the purpose of the practice as suspicion because he feels that this practice is an attempt to curb its influence in the Indian Pacific region. This exercise will include activities like marine patrol and recon campaign, surface and anti-submarine warfare. This will include medical campaigns, loss control, special force expedition, explosive ordnance disposal and helicopter campaigns.

This exercise will last from July 10 to July 17. This maneuver includes the Navy of Indo-US-Japan. From the Chennai coast to the Gulf of Bengal, this will be the maneuvers, including 20 warships, dozens of fighter jets, 2 submarines, reconnaissance aircraft.

The biggest attraction of this exercise from India will be the aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, after joining the navy in 2013, INS Vikramaditya, equipped with MiG-29 fighter jets, is joining for the first time in this kind of full military exercise.

In this year's practice, a large number of airports, naval naval submarines and naval ships were included in the three countries. This practice is taking place at a time when there has been a major military standoff between the forces of India and China in the Sikkim region and Beijing is increasing its naval presence in the South China Sea. The aim of the Malabar military exercise is to establish a deep military relationship between the three naval navies in the strategically important Indian Pacific region.

India and America have been doing regular practice since 1992. Beijing Malabar sees the purpose of the practice as suspicion because he feels that this practice is an attempt to curb its influence in the Indian Pacific region. This exercise will include activities like marine patrol and recon campaign, surface and anti-submarine warfare. This will include medical campaigns, loss control, special force expedition, explosive ordnance disposal and helicopter campaigns.

This exercise will last from July 10 to July 17. This maneuver includes the Navy of Indo-US-Japan. From the Chennai coast to the Gulf of Bengal, this will be the maneuvers, including 20 warships, dozens of fighter jets, 2 submarines, reconnaissance aircraft.

The biggest attraction of this exercise from India will be the aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, after joining the navy in 2013, INS Vikramaditya, equipped with MiG-29 fighter jets, is joining for the first time in this kind of full military exercise.

In this year's practice, a large number of airports, naval naval submarines and naval ships were included in the three countries. This practice is taking place at a time when there has been a major military standoff between the forces of India and China in the Sikkim region and Beijing is increasing its naval presence in the South China Sea. The aim of the Malabar military exercise is to establish a deep military relationship between the three naval navies in the strategically important Indian Pacific region.

India and America have been doing regular practice since 1992. Beijing Malabar sees the purpose of the practice as suspicion because he feels that this practice is an attempt to curb its influence in the Indian Pacific region. This exercise will include activities like marine patrol and recon campaign, surface and anti-submarine warfare. This will include medical campaigns, loss control, special force expedition, explosive ordnance disposal and helicopter campaigns.

This exercise will last from July 10 to July 17. This maneuver includes the Navy of Indo-US-Japan. From the Chennai coast to the Gulf of Bengal, this will be the maneuvers, including 20 warships, dozens of fighter jets, 2 submarines, reconnaissance aircraft.

The biggest attraction of this exercise from India will be the aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, after joining the navy in 2013, INS Vikramaditya, equipped with MiG-29 fighter jets, is joining for the first time in this kind of full military exercise.
In this year's practice, a large number of airports, naval naval submarines and naval ships were included in the three countries. This practice is taking place at a time when there has been a major military standoff between the forces of India and China in the Sikkim region and Beijing is increasing its naval presence in the South China Sea. The aim of the Malabar military exercise is to establish a deep military relationship between the three naval navies in the strategically important Indian Pacific region.

India and America have been doing regular practice since 1992. Beijing Malabar sees the purpose of the practice as suspicion because he feels that this practice is an attempt to curb its influence in the Indian Pacific region. This exercise will include activities like marine patrol and recon campaign, surface and anti-submarine warfare. This will include medical campaigns, loss control, special force expedition, explosive ordnance disposal and helicopter campaigns.

This exercise will last from July 10 to July 17. This maneuver includes the Navy of Indo-US-Japan. From the Chennai coast to the Gulf of Bengal, this will be the maneuvers, including 20 warships, dozens of fighter jets, 2 submarines, reconnaissance aircraft.


The biggest attraction of this exercise from India will be the aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, after joining the navy in 2013, INS Vikramaditya, equipped with MiG-29 fighter jets, is joining for the first time in this kind of full military exercise.

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