New Delhi: Even as common clashes between the Indian Army and the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China proceed to happen alongside the Line of Actual Control (LAC), India is participating in a number of joint military workout routines with a number of nations.
An Indian Air Force (IAF) contingent will depart on Sunday for Hyakuri Air Base, Japan for the maiden version of the Exercise Veer Guardian to be held with Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF) from January 12 to 26.
The joint air exercise Veer Guardian-2023 is intented to promote air defence cooperation between India and Japan.
The inaugural version of Exercise Veer Guardian involving the Indian Air Force (IAF) and Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF) is slated to be held on the Hyakuri Air Base in Japan.
The IAF contingent taking part within the air exercise will embody 4 Su-30 MKI, two C-17 and one IL-78 plane, whereas the JASDF will probably be taking part with 4 F-2 and an identical variety of F-15 fighter planes.