Military Logistics Agreement India

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India is working to conclude three Military Logistics Support Agreements (MLSAs) by the end of the year, which will further improve the army`s operational reach in the region. India has already signed such agreements with some countries, starting with the United States. The navy took the most advantage. For example, since LEMOA signed with the United States in 2016, Indian warships stationed near the Gulf of Aden near the Gulf of Aden, Indian warships have been stocking up on U.S. Navy tankers in the region and have the same flexibility to refuel U.S. Navy ships around the world or, if necessary, to arrive at ports under their control. The versatility and scope of this arrangement have recently been highlighted as INS Kiltan, an Indian Navy anti-submarine warfare army, carried out with the U.S. Navy merchant ship Richard E. Byrd, a Clark-class dry cargo and ammunition ship, in the South China Sea after the signing of the logistics agreement with France in 2018, Indian warships and military aircraft may use the French base of Djibouti, in the Horn of Africa, or the French territory of the Reunion Islands in India.

Ocean for a quick “tour” of its assets.3 A logistical agreement with Russia would allow the Indian navy access to Arctic seaports that, due to global warming, are likely to be ice-free for long periods in the future. In addition to extending the range of Indian warships, these agreements provide additional operational flexibility for Indian navy long-haul aircraft. The Indian Navy has in inventory the ultra-powerful Boeing P8I it acquired in 2013. The aircraft has a multitude of advanced weapons and sensors capable of attacking both surface and clandestine targets. With a range of 1200 nm (with four hours on the station) and a speed of 789 km/h, India`s maritime aircraft forms the “first line of defence” (4). And we know that this is bland, because unlike other official military logistics agreements in which India participates, the text of the agreement with Japan is accessible to the public via the website of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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