Quad members India, US, Japan, and Australia planning to hold joint air combat exercises.

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Quad nations Plan Joint Air Combat Exercise in coming months.

In a move aimed at increasing military cooperation and readiness, the United States, Japan, India, and Australia have announced plans for a joint air combat exercise. The exercise, which is set to take place in the coming months, will involve fighter jets and other aircraft from each of the four countries.

The move comes as tensions continue to rise in the Indo-Pacific region, with China's growing military presence and territorial claims causing concern among many of the countries in the area. The joint exercise is seen as a way for the Quad nations to demonstrate their commitment to regional security and their ability to respond to potential threats.

"This exercise is a clear signal to the region that the Quad nations are committed to working together to ensure the security and stability of the Indo-Pacific," said a statement from the U.S. Pacific Command. "It will also serve as an opportunity for our air forces to train and operate together, improving our ability to respond to any situation that may arise."

The joint exercise will include a variety of scenarios, including air-to-air and air-to-ground combat training, as well as search and rescue operations. In addition, the exercise will also include a strong focus on communication and coordination between the four countries' air forces.

This joint exercise is the latest in a series of moves aimed at strengthening the Quad's military cooperation. The Quad nations have also held joint naval exercises in the past, and have discussed plans for future joint training and operations.

The Quad nations are expected to conduct the exercise in a neutral location to avoid any potential political tension. The exact location and date of the exercise have not yet been announced, but the Quad nations have said that they will be announcing more details in the coming weeks.

The joint air combat exercise is seen as a significant step forward in military cooperation between the Quad nations, and a clear signal to the region that they are prepared to work together to ensure regional security and stability.


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