How to watch India-US military drills: What you need to know

India and the US will host the annual exercise this weekend with a $1 billion war game in the region.

This year, India will have the most powerful military in the world, according to the US Army.

It’s also home to the biggest military base in the entire world.

But it is also a country of peace, where the two countries have developed a strong partnership in many areas.

Here’s what you need know about the drill.1.

What are the drills about?

India and US have agreed to host the two largest military exercises in the history of the two nations.

They will be the largest joint military exercises since 1945.

In the last three years, India has hosted the Foxtrot Alpha, Foxtro, Foal Eagle, Foale and Foal Warrior exercises in India, the US and UK.

The first was held in 2016 and it lasted for six weeks.

The second was held last year.

It was a joint exercise, in which the US Navy, Army and Marines participated.

The US and India will participate in the Foale Warrior exercise on July 5-6 in the waters off the Indian Ocean.

The exercise will take place off the east coast of India and will include two groups of US and Indian Marines.

It will also take place near the disputed island of Sikkim in the Indian territory of Bhutan.2.

What is the purpose of the exercise?

The US is looking for ways to deter North Korea from nuclear and ballistic missile threats.

This will be a key part of the military exercises.

The drills will be conducted at sea, on land and in the air.

The Navy and the Marines will conduct joint exercises off the west coast of the United States.

It is the first time the two sides will be involved in joint military drills together.3.

What do they look like?

The exercises will involve more than 500,000 troops and military vehicles, with about 100,000 US personnel on board.

There will be about 60 US aircrew on board, and another 200 aircraft.

The exercises include the Joint Logistics Support Group, or JLSG, which includes about 15,000 Marines, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard personnel.

The logistics support group will have about 100 helicopters, and the amphibious landing ship USS Ponce, a Navy amphibious assault ship, will have 12 boats.

The amphibious ship USS Vinson will also be participating in the exercises.4.

Who will be participating?

There are two groups: the Navy, who will fly the US helicopters and the Army, who is conducting the ground exercises.

Army pilots will fly and deploy the US aircraft, while the Navy will be responsible for the ground forces.

The Naval aviation unit, or NAS, will also conduct the air and sea operations.5.

What can you expect from the exercise itself?

The two nations have a long history of cooperation and cooperation between them.

They developed a number of joint military projects over the years, including the Foal Eagles and the Foaltree, which helped India develop the Foallier.

In addition to these projects, they also signed a number in-kind agreements, such as the Indo-US Joint Support Facility, which is an Indian-American project.

The two sides have also agreed to develop joint capabilities in the areas of joint operations, counter-terrorism and logistics.6.

What’s the plan for the day?

It’s not just the Navy and Marines that are participating.

There are a number other elements involved in the exercise.

There is a small contingent of the US Air Force, which will conduct the drills.

The American military is also taking part in a drill called Operation Reassurance, which involves about 60 fighter jets from the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.

The Netherlands also hosts an amphibious base and is sending a number troops to participate in a training exercise.

The military is looking to train pilots for the US planes.

The exercises are part of India’s efforts to increase its military capabilities in a region where it faces a number domestic and international challenges.

The Indian Navy and Air Force will also participate in Foale, Foalf and Foale Warriors, the Navy’s most significant exercise.