India, US and Japan navies kick off 2017 Malabar Exercise

Posted on:10 Jul 2017 16:23:59
India, US and Japan navies kick off 2017 Malabar Exercise
10 July 2017 Current Affairs: India, Japan, and United States (US) started the 2017 MALABAR trilateral naval Exercise near Chennai in the Bay of Bengal. 

It is the 21st edition of the naval exercise.

The primary aim of this multilateral exercise is to increase interoperability amongst the three navies and develop a common understanding of procedures for Maritime Security Operations and deepen defense relations.

The 8 day long Malabar 2017 exercise consists of both ashore and at-sea activities.
India, Japan, and United States (US) started the 2017 MALABAR trilateral naval Exercise near Chennai in the Bay of Bengal. 

It is the 21st edition of the naval exercise.

The primary aim of this multilateral exercise is to increase interoperability amongst the three navies and develop a common understanding of procedures for Maritime Security Operations and deepen defense relations.

The 8 day long Malabar 2017 exercise consists of both ashore and at-sea activities.

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