Indian Air Force to begin joint military exercise 'Shinyuu Maitri' with Japanese counterpart in West Bengal today

The Indian Air Force will be carrying out a joint military exercise 'Shinyuu Maitri' with Japanese Air Self Defence Force (JASDF) from 17 to 23 October.

Asian News International October 17, 2019 09:08:51 IST
Indian Air Force to begin joint military exercise 'Shinyuu Maitri' with Japanese counterpart in West Bengal today
  • The Indian Air Force will be carrying out a joint military exercise 'Shinyuu Maitri' with Japanese Air Self Defence Force (JASDF) from 17 to 23 October.

  • The exercise will be held at Air Force Station, Arjan Singh in Panagarh town in West Bengal.

  • The focus of the exercise will be to undertake Joint Mobility and Tactical interoperability among the two forces.

Durgapur (West Bengal): The Indian Air Force will be carrying out a joint military exercise 'Shinyuu Maitri' with Japanese Air Self Defence Force (JASDF) from 17 to 23 October.

Indian Air Force to begin joint military exercise Shinyuu Maitri with Japanese counterpart in West Bengal today

India Japan Joint Military Exercise Shinyuu Maitri to begin from October 19. ANI

The exercise will be held at Air Force Station, Arjan Singh in Panagarh town in West Bengal.

"C-130 J aircraft of the Special Operations Squadron of IAF and C-130 H of Tactical Airlift Squadron of JASDF will participate in the exercise," stated an official press release.

The focus of the exercise will be to undertake Joint Mobility and Tactical interoperability among the two forces.

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