KAKADU 2018: INS Sahyadri Builds Bridges Of Friendship In Australia’s Largest Maritime Exercise


Exercise KAKADU 2018, Australia’s largest maritime exercise which wrapped up on Friday, witnessed the participation 23 ships including Indian Naval Ship Sahyadri.

Apart from the 23 ships, the sea phase of KAKADU-18 saw 21 aircraft, one submarine and over 3000 personnel from 27 nations participating.

Exercise KAKADU is a joint-enabled, biennial exercise hosted by the Royal Australian Navy and supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. It aims to foster and strengthen effective security and humanitarian partnerships across the Indo-Pacific region through a series of training and engagement activities. Read More

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