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Navies of Japan, U.S., Australia, India to conduct joint training  

Kyodo reported on Saturday from New Delhi that the Malabar naval exercise involving the U.S., Japan, Australia, and India will be held twice in November—once in the Bay of Bengal and again in the Arabian Sea. The sessions will reportedly involve anti-submarine and anti-air warfare training.   

 

In a related article, Sankei highlighted the accomplishments of Defense Attaché Sonja Halloran at the Australian Embassy in Tokyo, noting that she has been instrumental in deepening security ties between Tokyo and Canberra and has played a key role in promoting the Quad initiative to create a free and open Indo-Pacific, including the Malabar exercise. 

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