Indian Navy's P8I Aircraft Arrives In Guam For Exercise Sea Dragon 23
Ex Sea Dragon 23 will put participating aircraft through their paces by tracking simulated and live underwater targets while also sharing mutual expertise
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An Indian Navy P8I aircraft arrived in Guam on Tuesday. India and the United States to participate in 'Exercise Sea Dragon 23,' the third edition of the US Navy's coordinated multi-lateral ASW exercise for Long Range MR ASW aircraft.
The exercise, scheduled from 15 to 30 March, will focus on coordinated anti-submarine warfare among participating countries, according to the Indian Navy.
Over the years, the complexity and scope of these exercises have steadily increased to include advanced ASW drills.
Ex Sea Dragon 23 will put participating aircraft through their paces by tracking simulated and live underwater targets while also sharing mutual expertise.
An Indian Navy P8I would participate in the exercise, as would a US Navy P8A, a Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force P1, a Royal Canadian Air Force CP 140, and a RoKN P3C.
The Exercise aims to achieve high levels of synergy and coordination among friendly navies, based on their shared values and commitment to an open, inclusive Indo-Pacific.