NEW DELHI — The Indo-U.K. air force exercise “Indradhanush” will take place at Air Force Station Kalaikunda in East India from Oct. 18 to Nov. 3. The exercise is an effort to share experience and skills and fine-tune procedures for multinational operations, which are likely to occur with greater frequency in the future. For the first time, the U.K. Royal Air Force (RAF) will bring Typhoons to a joint exercise with India. The Indian Air Force (IAF) will be using Su-30 MKIs, Mirage ...

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