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Konkan Shakti 2021: Pics from India-UK bilateral tri-service exercise

The maiden bilateral tri-service exercise, Konkan Shakti 21, between the armed forces of India and the UK has culminated in the Arabian Sea. The UK's Carrier Strike Group (CSG) led by its largest warship HMS Queen Elizabeth and several other frontline ships of the two navies are participating in the week-long 'Konkan Shakti' exercise that began on October 21.
Last Updated : 30 October 2021, 08:37 IST

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The sea phase of the maiden Tri-Service exercise 'Konkan Shakti 2021' between the Indian Armed Forces and the United Kingdom (UK) culminated in the Arabian Sea on October 28, 2021. Credit: PIB Photo
The sea phase of the maiden Tri-Service exercise 'Konkan Shakti 2021' between the Indian Armed Forces and the United Kingdom (UK) culminated in the Arabian Sea on October 28, 2021. Credit: PIB Photo
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All 3 Services from the Indian and UK Armed Forces participated in the exercise 'Konkan Shakti-21' conducted by both countries in the Arabian Sea. Credit: Ministry of Defence
All 3 Services from the Indian and UK Armed Forces participated in the exercise 'Konkan Shakti-21' conducted by both countries in the Arabian Sea. Credit: Ministry of Defence
The UK's Carrier Strike Group (CSG) led by its largest warship HMS Queen Elizabeth and several other frontline ships of the two navies are participating in the week-long 'Konkan Shakti' exercise that began on October 21. Credit: PTI Photo
The UK's Carrier Strike Group (CSG) led by its largest warship HMS Queen Elizabeth and several other frontline ships of the two navies are participating in the week-long 'Konkan Shakti' exercise that began on October 21. Credit: PTI Photo
A carrier battle group or carrier strike group is a mega naval fleet comprising an aircraft carrier, accompanied by a large number of destroyers, frigates and other ships. Credit: Ministry of Defence
A carrier battle group or carrier strike group is a mega naval fleet comprising an aircraft carrier, accompanied by a large number of destroyers, frigates and other ships. Credit: Ministry of Defence
After US and Russia, UK is the third country with which India is conducting a tri-services exercise. Credit: AFP Photo
After US and Russia, UK is the third country with which India is conducting a tri-services exercise. Credit: AFP Photo
Indian Navy's MiG 29K jets, the Royal Navy's F-35B aircraft and Indian Air Force's SU-30 and Jaguar fighters were among the key assets deployed for the exercise. Credit: Ministry of Defence
Indian Navy's MiG 29K jets, the Royal Navy's F-35B aircraft and Indian Air Force's SU-30 and Jaguar fighters were among the key assets deployed for the exercise. Credit: Ministry of Defence
The British High Commission said personnel of all three services from both countries were participating in the tri-service exercise and described it as the
The British High Commission said personnel of all three services from both countries were participating in the tri-service exercise and described it as the
It said the exercise is another step in deepening bilateral defence and security ties and boosting strategic cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region. Credit: AFP Photo
It said the exercise is another step in deepening bilateral defence and security ties and boosting strategic cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region. Credit: AFP Photo
The air operations included strikes on the combined formation by Indian maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) Dornier, fighters of the Indian Navy MiG 29Ks, Royal Navy's F35Bs and Indian Air Force's SU-30 and Jaguar jets. Credit: Indian Navy
The air operations included strikes on the combined formation by Indian maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) Dornier, fighters of the Indian Navy MiG 29Ks, Royal Navy's F35Bs and Indian Air Force's SU-30 and Jaguar jets. Credit: Indian Navy
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Published 29 October 2021, 07:42 IST

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