Indian and US Navies held joint submarine hunting exercise in Indian Ocean, imaging Pakistan and Chinese targets
NEW YORK - Indian and US Navies held joint submarine hunting exercise in Indian Ocean, imaging Pakistan and Chinese targets in the Indian Ocean.
Indian and the US Navies have held a joint submarine-hunting exercise in the Indian Ocean, aiming to lay the groundwork for coordinating maritime patrol and reconnaissance, according to the US Navy.
Indian and the US` P-8 anti-submarine aircraft, along with the USS Spruance, a guided-missile destroyer, participated in the anti-submarine warfare training on April 15, a US 7th Fleet press statement issued from Diego Garcia said.
The Indian P-8I Neptune aircraft from the Naval Air Squadron 312 based at Naval Station Rajali in Arakkonam, Tamil Nadu, joined the US P-8A Poseidon aircraft from Patrol Squadron VP-8 "Fighting Tigers", based in Jacksonville, Florida, in the exercise, the statement said.
"We look forward to developing useful lessons through this engage