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India, US to Hold Joint Military Exercise in September

The Hindustan Times reports that “The Indian Army and the United States army will participate in a joint military exercise in Uttarakhand in September this year in a bid to share ‘experiences and techniques.'”  

“This year it will be the 12th edition of the exercise in the ‘Yudh Abhyas’ series that started in 2004 as part of US Army Pacific partnership programme, an army official said. It will be held at the Chaubatia Military Station in Ranikhet, where a joint exercise of both the armies was also conducted in 2014.”  

“Last year, armies of both the nations met at the Joint Base Lewis-McChord in the US.”

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