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India participates in the Sea Dragon exercise alongside its Quad partners

Sea Dragon is a multi-national exercise led by the United States that aims to practice and discuss anti-submarine warfare tactics to respond to traditional and non-traditional maritime security challenges in the Indo-Pacific.

CP-140 Aurora Long Range Patrol aircraft (Source: 407 Long Range Patrol Squadron, US 7th Fleet)

India, along with its Quad Security Dialogue partners Canada and South Korea, is taking part in the multinational exercise Sea Dragon in the Western Pacific at Guam.

The exercise will include more than 270 hours of in-flight training and activities ranging from tracking simulated targets to tracking a U.S. Navy submarine. It will be primarily focused on anti-submarine warfare (ASW) training. Each event will be graded, and the country with the highest overall score will be awarded the Dragon Belt.

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