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Indian Air Force Contingent Training In Alaska


Indian Air Force Contingent Training In Alaska

WASHINGTON, DC (ANI) – India’s Charge d’Affaires Sripriya Ranganathan interacted with the visiting Indian Air Force contingent at Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska. The Base Commander and CO Combat Training Squadron briefed Ranganathan on Exercise Red Flag Alaska.

On May 30, the IAF contingent arrived at the Eielson Air Force of the US Air Force to participate in the multi-national exercise Red Flag 24. According to the IAF, Exercise Red Flag is an advanced aerial combat training exercise.

India has the largest number of military exercises with the US, which are growing in scale and complexity, according to the Indian government.

Important bilateral exercises include Yudh Abhyas (Army), Vajra Prahar (Special Forces), Malabar (Navy), Cope India (Air Force), and Tiger Triumph (tri-services). Red Flag, RIMPAC, CUTLASS Express, Sea Dragon, and Milan are some multilateral exercises in which the two countries participate.

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