U.S., India, Japan Begin Malabar Exercise

CHENNAI—With an eye toward honing their anti-submarine warfare (ASW) skills, the U.S., Japan and India have deployed their frontline warships, submarines and aircraft for the 21st edition of the Malabar naval exercise that began off the Bay of Bengal on July 10. “Malabar-17 will be another milestone...

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