Naval Exercise News
Australia 'very willing' to join Malabar naval exercise if invited; country had taken part in 2007 but left thereafter
Australia is willing to join the Malabar naval exercise if invited by the participating nations of India, the US and Japan, a senior Australian official said.
Indian Naval ship Sukanya reached Indonesia on Tuesday to take part in the 30th edition of CORPAT (Coordinated Patrol) naval exercise
Chinese and Russian commanders conducted a simulation exercise in Kaliningrad province for the ongoing joint military drills code-named "Joint Sea 2017" in the Baltic Sea.
The three-nation Malabar Naval Exercise involving India, Japan and the United States maritime forces which began on Monday, is setting a great example
The US, Japanese, and Indian navies Monday began the Malabar Naval Exercise-2017 aimed at achieving deeper military ties between the three nations
The 21st edition of the Malabar naval exercise will kick off in the Bay of Bengal from 10 July, and the navies of India, Japan and the US are deploying their largest warships, much to the chagrin of China
Navies of India and Australia will participate in bilateral maritime exercise AUSINDEX-17
India and Russia on Monday began their bilateral naval exercise, which is aimed at increasing interoperability between the two navies.
Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar late on Sunday said India was planning to export defence materials and training military personnel of at least 38 countries.