India and 5 different nations start anti-submarine train with US

India is among the many six Indo-Pacific nations collaborating in a multi-lateral anti-submarine warfare train within the Pacific Ocean. The US Navy’s seventh fleet mentioned in a press release on Thursday that the Sea Dragon 22 train started on January 5 together with the navies of India, Australia, Canada, Japan and South Korea.

India, Japan, Australia and America are additionally a part of the Quad, and likewise take part within the Malabar train.

According to the assertion, two US Navy P-8A Poseidon plane from the Golden Swordsmen and The Tridents will be part of the forces from the 5 different nations. The P-8 Poseidon Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft with Patrol Squadron (VP) Forty-Seven and Twenty-Six travelled to Andersen Air Force Base in Guam, it mentioned.

Sea Dragon 22, the assertion mentioned, “primarily centering on anti-submarine warfare training and excellence, culminates in over 270 hours of in-flight training, ranging from tracking simulated targets to the final problem of tracking a live US Navy submarine”.

Each occasion will likely be graded and the nation scoring the very best complete factors will obtain the coveted Dragon Belt award, which the Royal Canadian Air Force gained final 12 months.

Lt. Cmdr. Braz Kennedy, officer-in-charge of the US detachment from VP-47 of the US Navy mentioned that he was wanting to develop “partnerships with Australia, Canada, India, Japan, and Korea while at Sea Dragon” and added that the “continued growth and increasing complexity of this exercise affords an opportunity to practice ASW tactics, techniques, and procedures with allies and partners that we don’t often get a chance to work with.”

The Golden Swordsmen of VP-47, a part of Commander Task Force 72, are stationed in Whidbey Island, Washington, and are presently deployed to Misawa Air Base in Aomori, Japan. The Tridents of VP-26, a part of Commander Task Force 72, are stationed in Jacksonville, Florida, and are presently deployed to Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan. Throughout the deployment, they are going to be conducting maritime patrol and reconnaissance and theatre outreach operations inside the seventh fleet’s space of operations.


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