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Enhancing Military Cooperation: India-U.S. Army Chiefs to Foster Collaborative Endeavors

During Army Chief Gen Manoj Pande’s visit to the United States from February 13 to 16, India and the U.S. will explore avenues for expanded training, co-development, and co-production engagements, symbolizing the deepening military cooperation and strategic partnership between the two nations. The visit will include high-level discussions and interactions with top U.S. military leaders, including General Randy George, Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, with a focus on crucial topics such as global threat perception, modernization, and co-production initiatives.

The itinerary encompasses visits to key military institutions and units at the forefront of innovation, underscoring the commitment to sharing insights and fostering stronger bonds between the armies of India and the United States. This visit follows General George’s recent participation in the Indo-Pacific Army Chiefs Conference hosted by India and the U.S., reflecting the ongoing collaboration between the two countries in addressing regional security challenges.