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Watch: Indian naval ships conduct passage exercise with USS Nimitz carrier strike group

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Watch: Indian naval ships conduct passage exercise with USS Nimitz carrier strike group

Watch: Indian naval ships conduct passage exercise with USS Nimitz carrier strike group

With an aim to improve the cooperation between US and Indian maritime forces, Indian naval ships on July 20 conducted a passage exercise (PASSEX) with the United States Navy's USS Nimitz carrier strike group near the Andaman and Nicobar islands as it is transiting the Indian Ocean.

Indian Navy had conducted similar PASSEXs with Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force and French Navy in recent past.


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