Watch: Indian Navy’s MiG 29K aircraft in action during drill with Japan at JIMEX

The navies of India and Japan conducted a three-day bilateral maritime exercise. The annual exercise called JIMEX was conducted in the Arabian sea from October 6 to 8. Ships and aircraft of the Indian Navy (IN) and Japan Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF) participated in the exercise, by engaging in a high tempo of operations focused on air, surface and sub-surface dimensions of maritime operations as well as the air domain. Indigenous Guided Missile Destroyer, INS Kochi and INS Teg represented the Indian Navy. The Air Domain operations included advanced anti-aircraft firing exercises on Expendable Aerial Target launched from the deck of INS Kochi and ship controlled Beyond Visual Range (BVR) combat drills by Indian Navy's MiG 29K fighters. Watch the full video for more details.

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