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Con el acostumbrado acercamiento que llevan India, Japon y los E.U. en sus
practicas navales conjuntas,  ejercicios que se llevaron desde el 2007, mismos
que China elevo protestas por estos actos que provocan la tension entre los
paises interesados en promover el comercio en la zona Indica, el ejercicio
conjunto que se inicio este 16 de Octubre del 2015,  presenta sus adelantos
y coordinacion de maniobras, ejercicios aero-navales y de deteccion submarina.
 Dentro de las naves mas representativas de este ejercicio ya programado
desde principios de este año,  son el INS Shivalik , el JS Fuyusuki asi como
el USS Theodoro Roosvelt(CVN 71).






MALABAR-2015 exercise will help maritime security in Indo-Pacific region


By PTI | 15 Oct, 2015, 10.59AM IST

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CHENNAI: Naval Exercise-'MALABAR', involving India, US and Japan, will help maritime security in the Indo-Pacific region, the three navies said today.

"MALABAR-15 will be another significant step in strengthening mutual confidence and inter-operability as well as sharing best practices between the Indian, Japanese and US navies," a joint press release issued by them here said.

"The exercise will also go a long way in enhancing maritime security in the Indo-Pacific region, for the benefit of the global maritime community," it said about the exercise which began yesterday.

The 19th edition of the October 14-19 exercise is being conducted in the Bay of Bengal and the thrust areas include anti-submarine warfare, air defence and search and rescue tactical procedures, among others.

A range of naval ships from the three countries, including INS Shivalik, ..

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Trilateral Air Defense Exercise Launches Malabar 2015


Story Number: NNS151017-03Release Date: 10/17/2015 2:01:00 PM A A A

By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Danica M. Sirmans, USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) Public Affairs


BAY OF BENGAL (NNS) -- Naval forces and liaisons from India, Japan and United States begin Exercise Malabar 2015, Oct. 16, through air defense collaboration.

The featured cooperation consists of aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71), Carrier Airwing (CVW) 1, Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Normandy (CG 60) and Indian frigate INS Shivalik (F 47).

Exercise Malabar is an annual event designed to enhance naval cooperation through engagement with India and Japan while demonstrating U.S. Naval presence in the Indo-Asia region.

"We launched aircraft from TR to simulate scenarios to exercise the Indian's self-defense," said Lt. Sean McDonnell, Normandy's air defense officer. "[It] supports the overall Malabar exercise by sharing how we control aircraft and learning how the Indian navy controls their aircraft. We're up on the same voice circuit, so it's a nice opportunity to collaborate and compare and contrast our procedures. We've sent liaison officers to the Indian vessels and welcomed their officers aboard our vessels as well to observe and learn."

McDonnell embarked TR as a liaison officer to the Normandy to help facilitate the coordination.

"My captain's responsibility is air defense of the strike group," he said. "I pass along the word from the strike group to help coordinate between the needs of the strike group and that of my commanding officer."

Capt. Scott Robertson, Normandy's commanding officer, welcomed liaison officers from both Malabar participants aboard and was pleased with the collaboration so far.

"I've been very impressed by the professionalism and maritime skill of our Indian and Japanese navy partners, and the Normandy crew is enjoying this unique opportunity," said Robertson. "The [air defense portion] kicked off a great first underway day for the Malabar exercise. The purpose of this particular [exercise] was to build familiarity and appreciation for the capabilities each of the participating navies brings to the modern air defense environment with a special emphasis on control of fighter aircraft."

The exercise allowed for hand-in-hand, shared communication to learn from each other.

"... As overall observers to manage the exercise ...," said Normandy's Senior Chief Fire Controlman Jeremiah Lawrence. "... we learned a lot about the willingness to learn from our partner nations and they performed excellently under the guidance of the tasking at hand."

Planning for the exercise began long before any of the partners embarked to the other's vessels. Lt. Cmdr. Erin Ceschini, Carrier Strike Group 12's future plans and staff meteorological and oceanographic officer, started coordination in July via video teleconferencing.

"We've got a lot of different events planned," said Ceschini, "We have air defense exercises, search and rescue, anti-submarine warfare events with Indian and U.S. submarines, along with a dry hook up with an Indian oiler and a war-at-sea exercise.

"This exercise is a big deal to the Indian, Japanese and U.S. navies," said Ceschini. "We are three democratic countries that are working together to strengthen our military relationships as well as the relationships between our nations. The success of these exercises is important especially considering the effort, planning and resources put into this exercise for these great navies to work together."

Malabar is a continuing series of complex, high-end war fighting exercises conducted to advance multi-national maritime relationships and mutual security. It will include collaboration between Theodore Roosevelt, Normandy, Freedom-class littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth (LCS 3), Los Angeles-class submarine USS City of Corpus Christi (SSN 705), Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force Akizuki-class destroyer JS Fuyuzuki (DD 118), Indian Navy Deepak-class fleet tanker INS Shakti (A 57), Brahmaputra-class guided missile frigate INS Betwa (F 39), Rajput-class destroyer INS Ravijay (D 55), Sindhughosh-class diesel-electric submarine INS Sindhuraj (S 57) and INS Shivalik.

Theodore Roosevelt is operating in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations as part of a worldwide deployment en route to its new homeport in San Diego to complete a three-carrier homeport shift.


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Japan To Join Malabar as Permanent Participant


By Vivek Raghuvanshi 4:54 p.m. EDT October 13, 2015
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NEW DELHI — The annual Malabar naval exercise, regarded as a forum of Indo-US military friendship, will include Japan as a permanent participant in the Oct. 12-19 "Malabar 2015 " version off southern India. Japan participated in earlier Malabar exercises, but only as an invited observer.

"Japan's participation as a permanent participant in the Malabar exercise marks a turning point in the relationship between the navies of India, US and Japan in the region," says Nitin Mehta, a defense analyst here.

Japan participated in the Malabar exercise hosted by India in 2007, but after a strong reaction from China against the inclusion of Japan and Australia, the exercises became largely bilateral thereafter, although Japan did participate in 2014.

The Malabar exercises commenced in 1992.

In Malabar 2015, the US Navy will participate with its aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, cruiser USS Normandy, littoral combat ship USS Forth Worth, nuclear powered attack submarine USS City of Corpus Christi, and P-8A maritime surveillance aircraft.

The Indian Navy will participate with a Rajput-class destroyer, Shivalik-class and Brahmaputra-class frigates, a fleet support ship, Russian-made Kilo-class submarine INS Sindhudhwaj, and P-8I maritime surveillance aircraft.

Japan is fielding only JS Fuyuzuki, its Akizuki-class guided missile destroyer.


The main thrust of the Malabar 2015 will be to exercise in a scenario for destroying hostile submarines, surface warships and aircraft, an Indian Navy official said.

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Desde el pasado 2007,  China lanzo un fuerte reclamo, cuando participaron
de manera conjunta en dichos ejercicios, Singapur, Australia y Japon, como parte
de las operaciones conjuntas en esas fechas.
 Ahora, que se ha considerado como miembro permanente al Japon en estos ejercicios
(nota: Japon determino realizar actividades solamente conjuntas cada año entre India
y el Japon para reducir la presion sobre las relaciones tensas con China), mismos
que fueron realizados el pasado 2014 en estos terminos sin mayor realce.
 Ahora, con las tareas muy especificas de controlar, monitorear y neutralizar fuerzas
submarinas enemigas en el Oceano Indico, muestra preocupacion de los Chinos,

ya que ellos han establecido estrategias claras para ampliar sus escenarios de
una Armada de Agua Azul sin limites de navegacion en altamar.




China to take a hard look at Malabar-2015 naval exercises
October 10, 2015 15:54 IST

China is carefully monitoring the upcoming Malabar naval exercises to gauge whether Japan will become a permanent participant in the Indo-U.S. manoeuvres in the Indian Ocean.

A write-up in the state-run Xinhua news agency observed that Washington is “pushing for making the ‘Malabar’ naval exercises between India and the U.S. into a trilateral framework to involve Japan as a permanent participant”.

China had objected to the participation of Japan, Australia and Singapore in Malabar-2007 exercise, which was hosted by India in the Bay of Bengal. Since then, these drills, when held in a trilateral format that included Japan, took place in the West Pacific.

The sharp deterioration in Sino-Japanese ties, following the controversy over the jurisdiction over the Diaoyu Island, also called Senkaku by Japan, and the security bills in its Parliament that are in play, which would free Japan to contribute forces in global hotspots, has heightened Beijing’s security concerns. Analysts say that alarm bells are likely to ring loud in China by perceptions that Japan’s out-of area reach was being enhanced in the Indo-Pacific zone through naval exercises such as Malabar 2015.

The Chinese also want to ensure that India, which is fast becoming an active player in the Indo-Pacific, does not join Japan, Australia and South Korea in bolstering the U.S. led and China-centred containment

policy under President Barack Obama’s “Asia Pivot” doctrine. A write-up in the China Daily newspaper has noted that Washington is stringing Japan, India and Australia within the ambit of its Pivot to Asia doctrinal formulation. “The U.S. concept of Asia Pivot revolves around isolating China and creating a block of Regional and Extra Regional 2nd tier powers to strategically suffocate China in the 21 century. These 2nd tier powers include India, Australia and Japan,” the daily observed.

Observers point out that Chinese concerns have been heightened by the first trilateral meeting of foreign ministers from India, U.S. and Japan that was held last month in New York. In a veiled reference to China, a media note circulated by the State Department following the meeting, pointed to “the growing convergence” of the interests of three countries in the Indo-Pacific region, underscored by “the importance of international law and peaceful settlement of disputes; freedom of navigation and over flight; and unimpeded lawful commerce, including in the South China Sea”.

Indian officials, however, stress that notwithstanding the perception of its tilt towards Washington, New Delhi has been pursuing “multi-vectored diplomacy where IOUs are being parcelled to countries on either side of the political aisle”.

Observers say that the unimpeded access to the commercial sea lanes, which are central to countries on either side of the Malacca Straits, is at the heart of the growing tensions in the Indo-Pacific. Regarding Japan, China’s state run tabloid Global Times acknowledged that “Tokyo considers the maritime passage a critical lifeline for its energy security”. The write-up was referring to the Japan’s dependence on imported oil, especially from the Persian Gulf countries, which was transited through the Malacca straits.

On its part, China wants to avoid the Malacca Straits, which is fully covered by the U.S. military footprint. Consequently, it has been investing heavily in energy pipelines from Siberia. China has also has acquired access to an oil and gas terminal in Myanmar to transit part of its energy supplies from West Asia in order to avoid the Malacca trap.

During Malabar-2015, the United States is expected to field Theodore Roosevelt, a 100,000 tonne aircraft carrier. This is in tune with the exercises that were held earlier when aircraft carriers, including Ronald Reagan, George Washington and Carl Vinson participated in the manoeuvres.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/international/china-to-take-a-hard-look-at-malabar2015-naval-exercises/article7747147.ece


LIST OF SHIPS INVOLVED IN THE EXERCISE:

INDIAN PARTICIPANTS
Rajput-class destroyer
Brahmaputra-class and Shivalik-class frigates
A Kilo-class submarine INS Sindhudhwaj and an
Additional fleet support ship

US PARTICIPANTS
Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) with embarked Carrier Air Wing 1
Guided-missile cruiser USS Normandy (CG 60)
Littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth (LCS 3)
P-8A Poseidon aircraft
Los Angeles-Class fast-attack submarine

JAPANESE PARTICIPANTS
Akizuki-class guided missile destroyer
JS Fuyuzuki
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Si se ha venido estudiando el escenario geoestrategico que se vive ahora,
las partes mas pro-activas de los 3 bloques (RUSIA-CHINA-E.U), presenta una
serie de movimientos que requiere un analisis mas profundo.
Las partes que se interesan en tener influencia dentro de estos 3 grupos de
poder, (China-Corea del Norte-Pakistan), (India-E.U.-Japon-Australia- Sud asia),
(Rusia- Siria-Iran-Venezuela), se busca tener aportes en las diferentes esferas
de las fuerzas militares, asi como las herramientas financieras que provean
sustento y fuentes de financiamiento autonoma que no este centralizado en
el FMI y el Banco Mundial solamente.
El Bloque Europeo, que si bien, no esta anunciando su participacion en cada
escenario de potencial riesgo, es evidente que su recesiva economia aun no
despega, y no puede pronunciar que estan en el liderazgo del poder hegemonico.

Este ejercicio, presenta sin duda, efectos que requieren la atencion de los
observadores Rusos y Chinos por igual.
Veremos las siguientes evoluciones que se adhieren a estos movimientos.




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Significance of Trilateral Naval Exercise Malabar - 2015
Introduction
The 19th edition of tri-lateral Naval Exercise Malabar – 2015, is being conducted jointly in the Bay of Bengal by Indian, US and Japanese Navies from 14 October to 19 October 2015.
The annual Malabar series of Naval exercises between India and US commenced in 1992. The scope of training was to conduct Maritime Interdiction Operation exercises and hence, promote operational cooperation and improve coordination between the two Navies.
The conduct of Exercise Malabar was suspended by US after India conducted Pokharn Nuclear Test in 1998. However, the military cooperation between the two countries was renewed after the 9/11 twin towers attack, when India joined President George W Bush's campaign against international terrorism.

India also invited Japan to be a part of the exercise this year. Since 2007, India has only hosted Exercise Malabar. Malabar 2009, 2011, and 2014 were conducted off the coast of Japan and included the Japanese Maritime Self-Defence Forces.
Besides these three permanent members, Australia and Singapore are the two non-permanent members for Exercise Malabar.
The Joint Statement issued by President Obama and PM Modi during the former’s visit to India, as the Chief Guest of the Republic Day Parade - 2015, included upgrading Exercise Malabar.
The sea drills being conducted as a part of this six-day-long exercises, includes a wide spectrum of activities, like, naval manoeuvres, military-to-military coordination and anti-submarine warfare.

Scope of Exercise Malabar – 2015

Scope of this year’s exercise includes wide-ranging professional interactions during the Harbour Phase and a diverse range of operational activities at sea during the Sea Phase.

The overall aim of the exercise is to enhance the comfort level between the three Navies, so as to ensure freedom of navigation and freedom of commerce flow around the world.

Participation Levels

Indian Navy - INS Shivalik and INS Betwa, both are indigenous frigates, INS Ranvijay, a Guided Missile Destroyer, INS Shakti, a Fleet Support Ship. In addition, one Sindhugosh Class Submarine, INS Sindhudhvaj, Long Range Maritime Patrol Aircraft P8I and Integral Rotarywing Helicopters.

In order to learn more about the details of the above equipment, you could go through a previous blog on the subject by clicking this link: http://www.olivegreens.co.in/blog/role-capability-and-modernisation-plan-of-indian-armed-forces

US Navy - Represented by the ships from Carrier Task Force (CTF) 70 of the USN 7th Fleet, which is based at Yokosuka, Japan. The CTF for this exercise includes the Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier - USS Theodore Roosevelt, Ticonderoga Class Cruiser - USS Normandy and Freedom Class Littoral Combat Ship - USS Forth Worth.

In addition, one Los Angeles Class Nuclear Powered Submarine - USS City of Corpus Christi, F18 Aircraft from US Carrier Air Wing and P8A Long Range Maritime Patrol Aircraft.

Japanese Maritime Self-Defence Forces - It is represented by JSFuyuzuki, a Missile Destroyer with SH 60K Integral Helicopter.

China’s New Maritime Operations Doctrine

The People’s Liberation Army’s Navy submarine operations in the Indian Ocean is being viewed as a cause of anxiety by India and the emerging 'security quartet', (India, US, Japan and Australian) in the Indo-Pacific region.

The submarine deployment at Colombo last year, when the visiting Song Class docked at a harbour built and administered by a Chinese construction company and the visit by the Chinese Yuan Class submarine to Karachi this year in May, enunciates the Chinese design of having a rotational, but permanent submarine presence to carve out controlled spaces in the Indian Ocean.

Furthermore, China has been cultivating naval cooperation with Bangladesh and Myanmar to gain access to the Bay of Bengal and has also been strengthening military cooperation with Sri Lanka.

The new doctrine of maritime operations as outlined by Beijing’s 2015 Defence White Paper, lays a lot of emphasis on submarine and amphibious operations to gain ‘access to contested spaces’ and ‘expand the PLA Navy's access to the Asian littorals’.

China’s submarines, submerged in the depths of the Indian Ocean, are envisaged to defend tactical maritime territory, gather critical intelligence and nullify India’s strategic advantage by evading Indian surveillance and even facilitate attacks on Indian shores.

As enunciated by the Defence White Paper, China has incorporated the conduct of amphibious operations in its military doctrine, to include ground assault drills by its marine forces.

The PLA Navy has conducted a series of island defence exercises, deploying dedicated amphibious task forces to the western and far-eastern Pacific.

Furthermore, the amphibious operations drills were rehearsed during the recently conducted Sino-Russian maritime exercises in the Sea of Japan, where a contingent of 200 marines was deployed to stage a joint amphibious and airborne landing.

The alarming rise in the attempts by Chinese naval ships to get close to Indian territorial waters as detected by India's Andaman and Nicobar Command holds testimony to its contemporary military intent.

Significance of Trilateral Naval Exercise Malabar - 2015

It has been a cause of serious concern to India, that Beijing has been deploying nuclear submarines in the Indian Ocean, highlighting growing Chinese confidence in maintaining a standing presence there.

In order to counterweight Chinese dominance in the Asia Pacific littorals, India along with US, Japan and Australia have established an alliance.

Australia had hosted the Talisman Sabre Exercise involving Japan and the US in July 2015.

As a precursor to Exercise Malabar, the Indian Navy embarked upon a week-long maritime engagement called AUSINDEX-15 with the Royal Australian Navy in the Bay of Bengal on 11 September 2015.

It needs to be understood that China has 'the greatest potential of any nation to militarily compete with the US and field disruptive military technologies that may offset traditional US advantages. Thus, US would like to see a ‘weak and divided’ China to continue its dominance in Asia.

Hence, the Obama administration has unfolded a ‘Pivot to Asia Strategy’ to contain China. The above strategy entails the following:

Establishing military, economic, and diplomatic ties with countries adjacent to China's borders, frustrating China's own attempts at alliance-building and economic partnership.
Maintain military presence in Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan.
Strengthen ties with emerging powers and ‘enemy countries of its enemy’, like South Korea, Japan, Vietnam and India.
Increased involvement in the issues of South Asia, like the South China Sea and the Senkaku Islands to challenge Chinese hegemony
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Conclusion

Exercise Malabar is being seen as a broader regional attempt to preserve the balance of maritime power in the Indo-Pacific littorals.

This year’s Malabar exercises are being held against the backdrop of expectations that the US might directly challenge Chinese claims in the South China Sea by sailing a Navy ship inside the 12-nautical-mile (21-kilometer) territorial limit surrounding an artificial island built by China.



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Australia, quien muestra interes en participar como integrante de este bloque
militar naval, para mejorar sus practicas, comprender sus maniobras y reconocer
los adelantos obtenidos, es quizas junto con Indonesia, las naciones mas
interesadas de momento en participar en estas maniobras conjuntas.
Si bien, la participacion de Japon en forma tripartita, ha ocasionada oleadas
de los Chinos, al no tener el respaldo conjunto hacia la zona del Oceano Indico,
ahora el analisis con posibilidades de ampliacion, tendria quizas la invitacion
(con las reservas del caso) de Rusia y China en algunos aspectos de cooperacion.
Por las 3 naciones que se unieron para medir sus practicas en el teatro de
operaciones del Indico, no tienen intenciones de quedarse solos.


Veremos cuantos paises de SudAsia desean incorporarse a estos ejercicios en el
futuro cercano!!!!.




EXERCISE MALABAR 2015: IMPACT ON THE INDO-PACIFIC
By Balaji Chandramohan

The Malabar 2015 exercise poses operational problems for its participants but strategic ones for other regional and extra-regional countries.

As the three navies of India, the United States and Japan were involved in the annual tri-lateral naval exercise codenamed Malabar in the Bay of Bengal, it signalled a strategic and operational shift in how the three countries view their maritime security in the Indo-Pacific region. To start with, this year’s iteration of the exercise was marked by the participation of Japan as a permanent member of the annual drill for the first time. Earlier, Japan’s Maritime Self Defence Force participated in the exercise in 2007, 2009 and 2014 as an invitee, which elicited much protest from China.

The Malabar series began in 1992 after the end of the Cold War when India first began to recognise the United States as a potential strategic partner, if not an ally.

Malabar 2015, which lasted from 14-19 October, is the first such event in the Bay of Bengal in eight years and the first since the United States announced its intention to be more proactive in the Indo-Pacific region. The exercise saw the participation of several US Navy vessels, including the USS Theodore Roosevelt, Normandy, Fort Worth and City of Corpus Christi, as well as P-8A Poseidon maritime surveillance aircraft. The Indian Navy was represented by INS Shivalik, INS Ranvijay, INS Betwa, INS Shakti, a Sindhugosh-class submarine, INSSindhudhvaj, P-8I long-range patrol aircraft and integral rotary wing helicopters. Japan’s Maritime Self Defence Force was represented by the JS Fuyuzuki, a missile destroyer with SH-60K integral helicopter.

A major aspect of the exercise was its special focus on ashore and at-sea training. While ashore in Chennai, training included professional exchanges on carrier strike group operations, maritime patrol and reconnaissance operations, surface and anti-submarine warfare, medical operations, damage control, explosive ordnance disposal (EOD), helicopter operations and visit, board search and seizure (VBSS) operations. From the briefings of the commanders who participated in the exercises, it is understood that the at-sea exercises included anti-submarine warfare (ASW), surface firing and air defence.

The main operational importance of the exercises was that it involved participation from both the US Seventh and the Fifth Fleets, implying that India could increase its co-operation with both Fleets in the future in order to nullify any increase Chinese d maritime assertiveness in the Indo-Pacific region. As an extension, the Indian Navy will increase its co-operation with the US Central, African and Pacific Commands, thus increasing the maritime synergy and coherence between India and the United States in the Indo-Pacific region.

The exercise also signalled the importance of the Air-Sea Battle concept developed by the United States to be used in the Indo-Pacific in the event of a confrontation in with China. Apart from its operational importance, the exercise signals a change in the thinking of policy-makers in the three countries, despite contrary arguments that the exercises were an operational continuation of the strategic ties forged between the governments of India, Japan and the United States.

The Malabar 2015 exercise leaves difficult options to be taken by Indonesia and Australia, the two significant military powers in the Indo-Pacific region that were neither invited to, nor participated in, the exercise. Australia could be invited to participate in the Malabar exercises from next year and the permanent trilateral military exercise could evolve into a quadrilateral. If Indonesia were to participate as a permanent member, the exercise could become multi-lateral. This, however, would require a major shift in Jakarta’s present strategic inclination.

On the other hand, the conjoining of the US, India and Japan maritime forces in this exercise could increase military co-operation between China and Russia, at least in the Indo-Pacific region, posing operational and strategic challenges to all three.

In conclusion, the Malabar 2015 military exercise poses challenges not only to the countries that participated in it but also to regional powers, such as Australia and Indonesia, and extra-regional countries, such as China and Russia, which have important stakes in the Indo-Pacific.

Balaji Chandramohan is a Visiting Fellow at Future Directions International. This article was originally published in the Future Directions International blog on 21 October 2015. It is republished with permission.

Published October 26, 2015

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Desclasificado: Un submarino indio de origen ruso 'hunde' a un sumergible nuclear de EE.UU.

Publicado: 3 dic 2015 15:54 GMT


Medios de comunicación indios informaron que el submarino de ataque diésel-eléctrico de la Armada india Sindhudhvaj, del proyecto 877 clase Kilo, construido en 1986 en Rusia, 'hundió' al submarino de ataque estadounidense de propulsión nuclear City of Corpus Christi, clase Los Ángeles, durante ejercicios conjuntos realizados en octubre.

Durante los ejercicios navales Malabar, llevados a cabo en otoño de este año cerca de la costa india, las armadas de la India, EE.UU. y Japón simularon un combate entre submarinos cuyo objetivo era "perseguir y hundir" a submarinos adversarios, según India Today.

"Horas más tarde, [marineros indios] informaron a los estadounidenses que el juego había terminado", publica el periódico. El submarino norteamericano fue condicionalmente 'hundido' por torpedos de 533 mm del sumergible indio Sindhudhvaj. Asimismo se informa que el submarino estadounidense City of Corpus Christi, no había podido detectar a su 'enemigo'.

Según fuentes indias, el ataque condicional al submarino estadounidense, sin que este último lo hubiera notado, ha sido posible gracias al avanzado sonar Ushus, de desarrollo doméstico.

Por su parte, la Marina estadounidense se ha negado a comentar los resultados de los ejercicios, indicó India Today.

El submarino Sindhudhvaj fue botado para la Armada de la India en 1986, de acuerdo con el proyecto 877 de submarinos de ataque diésel-eléctricos [codificado como Kilo por la OTAN] y entregado al país asiático en 1987.

En ese contexto, cabe recordar que Aviation Week informó que medios de la Fuerza Aérea de la India anunciaron en agosto que habían "derrotado rotundamente" a sus colegas del Reino Unido en los ejercicios conjuntos denominados Indradanush ('Rainbow') en los cielos de Gran Bretaña, durante los cuales se enfrentaron cazas Eurofighter Typhoon contra Su-30MKI indios de producción rusa [Flanker, según la OTAN].


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Takeda escribió:
Desclasificado: Un submarino indio de origen ruso 'hunde' a un sumergible nuclear de EE.UU.

Publicado: 3 dic 2015 15:54 GMT


Medios de comunicación indios informaron que el submarino de ataque diésel-eléctrico de la Armada india Sindhudhvaj, del proyecto 877 clase Kilo, construido en 1986 en Rusia, 'hundió' al submarino de ataque estadounidense de propulsión nuclear City of Corpus Christi, clase Los Ángeles, durante ejercicios conjuntos realizados en octubre.

Durante los ejercicios navales Malabar, llevados a cabo en otoño de este año cerca de la costa india, las armadas de la India, EE.UU. y Japón simularon un combate entre submarinos cuyo objetivo era "perseguir y hundir" a submarinos adversarios, según India Today.

"Horas más tarde, [marineros indios] informaron a los estadounidenses que el juego había terminado", publica el periódico. El submarino norteamericano fue condicionalmente 'hundido' por torpedos de 533 mm del sumergible indio Sindhudhvaj. Asimismo se informa que el submarino estadounidense City of Corpus Christi, no había podido detectar a su 'enemigo'.

Según fuentes indias, el ataque condicional al submarino estadounidense, sin que este último lo hubiera notado, ha sido posible gracias al avanzado sonar Ushus, de desarrollo doméstico.

Por su parte, la Marina estadounidense se ha negado a comentar los resultados de los ejercicios, indicó India Today.

El submarino Sindhudhvaj fue botado para la Armada de la India en 1986, de acuerdo con el proyecto 877 de submarinos de ataque diésel-eléctricos [codificado como Kilo por la OTAN] y entregado al país asiático en 1987.

En ese contexto, cabe recordar que Aviation Week informó que medios de la Fuerza Aérea de la India anunciaron en agosto que habían "derrotado rotundamente" a sus colegas del Reino Unido en los ejercicios conjuntos denominados Indradanush ('Rainbow') en los cielos de Gran Bretaña, durante los cuales se enfrentaron cazas Eurofighter Typhoon contra Su-30MKI indios de producción rusa [Flanker, según la OTAN].


ENLACE: https://actualidad.rt.com/actualidad/193225-submarino-indio-rusia-kilo-derrota-eeuu

Esta buenisimo el articulo mi estimado Takeda, si en realidad el resultado fue tal, que de manera ficticia, hundieron al Sub Americano al no detectar al Hindu, eso habla muy bien de la Armada India
con sus desarrollos propios!!!!! cheers (tiene un +!!)
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Si bien no le pusieron el mismo nombre al ejercicio por realizar este 2016
al final de año, lo que si continuara sera la participacion de los E.U. - JAPON - INDIA
y para no dejarlo a la imaginacion, se esta programando para realizarse
en el Norte de las islas de FILIPINAS, mismo que sin duda, molestara y
creara tensiones a los CHINOS, ante este sensible movimiento naval en la zona.
Ya se empieza a crear olas en la torrida instalacion de misiles, radares
y puestos de monitoreo Chino en los islotes y atolones reclamados como
territorio Chino, y que los vecinos estan en desacuerdo con dicha postura unilateral
China. Otros escenarios se iran ventilando, y sin duda habra mas tensiones
sin negar que encuentros tete-a-tet entre las armadas se tendran que
definir el como se manejaran sus diferencias!!!!!

Thu Mar 3, 2016 3:50am EST

U.S. plans naval exercises with India and Japan in Philippine Sea


NEW DELHI | BY SANJEEV MIGLANI
India, the United States and Japan will hold naval exercises in waters off the northern Philippines near the South China Sea this year, the U.S. military said on Wednesday, a move likely to further raise tensions with China.

The announcement comes a day after the United States warned China against militarisation of the South China Sea, where Beijing is locked in a territorial dispute with several countries, saying there would be consequences.

Last year, India and the United States expanded their annual naval drills in the Bay of Bengal to include Japan after a gap of eight years, in a move seen as a response to China's growing assertiveness in the region.

Admiral Harry B. Harris, head of the U.S. Pacific Command, said the naval exercise will be held in the northern Philippine Sea and that Japan will take part.

Freedom of the seas was a fundamental right of all nations, he told a security conference in New Delhi, adding some thinly veiled criticism of Beijing.

"While some countries seek to bully smaller nations through intimidation and coercion, I note with admiration India's example of peaceful resolution of disputes with your neighbours in the waters of the Indian Ocean, " he said.

Asked about the drills, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said: "We hope the cooperation of relevant countries will benefit regional peace and security, and not harm the interests of third parties".

Tensions in the South China Sea have risen recently, with the United States and others protesting against Beijing's land reclamations in the Spratly islands, along with the recent deployment of surface-to-air missiles and fighter jets in the Paracel Islands.

Along with China and the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam also have claims on the waters, through which about $5 trillion in trade is shipped every year.

Harris said the United States wished to expand the naval exercises it held with India each year into joint operations across the Asia-Pacific, which could draw India into the row in the South China Sea.

The two countries have held talks on joint naval patrols and last month a U.S. defence official told Reuters that these could include the South China Sea.

Both India and the United States later said these patrols were not imminent after Beijing warned that interference from countries outside the region threatens peace and stability.

Harris said it was up to the leaders of India and the United States to decide where to hold the joint operations.

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Si bien el ejercicio MALABAR 16, aun le falta un buen rato para su reactivacion segun fechas normales en Octubre del 2016, la flota India, ha decidido tomar accion unilateral y realizar maniobras en la zona conflictiva del Mar del Sur de China, con visitas cordiales a diferentes puntos de los paises de la Zona, y con acercamientos bilaterales de sus respectivas fuerzas Navales.

LA PERSPECTIVA PROACTIVA de la India en dicha zona, mueve las olas de las potencias, al no olvidar que este pais, ha signado acuerdos bilaterales navales con AUSTRALIA, FILIPINAS, VIETNAM,JAPON, KOREA DEL SUR Y MALASIA, mismas que han tomado muy en serio sus
aportes tecnologicos, de sigilo submarino en maniobras conjuntas navales, asi como en sus
codigos clasificados de intercambio de informacion tactica y estrategica en dichas operaciones.
Bienvenida la postura India en dicha zona!!!!!




Indian Navy fleet sails out for South China Sea deployment



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The Indian Navy’s Eastern Fleet, under the command of Rear Admiral SV Bhokare, Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet, sailed out on May 18 on a two-and-a-half month long operational deployment to the South China and North West Pacific.

Indigenously built guided missile stealth frigates, IN Ships Satpura and Sahyadri, commanded by Captain AN Pramod and Captain KS Rajkumar respectively, INS Shakti, a fleet support ship, commanded by Capt Gagan Kaushal and INS Kirch an indigenous guided missile corvette commanded by Commander Sharad Sinsunwal are participating in this deployment.

During this overseas deployment, the ships of Eastern Fleet will make port calls at Vietnam’s Cam Rahn Bay, Philippines’ Subic Bay, Sasebo, Japan, Busan, South Korea, Vladivostok, Russia and Port Klang, Malaysia.

The visits to each port will last four days and are aimed at strengthening bilateral ties and enhancing inter-operability between the navies.

During the stay in harbour, various activities such as official calls and professional interaction between naval personnel of both the nations have been planned. PASSEX has also been planned at sea with the host navies.

These ships will also participate in MALABAR-16, a maritime exercise with the US Navy and Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force.


http://navaltoday.com/2016/05/18/indian-navy-fleet-sails-out-for-south-china-sea-deployment/
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Sin un aviso previo, para los planes normales de Octubre 2016, se anticipan, y
estan por iniciar en estos dias del 10 al 13 de Junio, y del 14 al 17 de Junio
de la proxima semana, lo que toma por sorpresa a los vecinos del Mar del
Sur de China.

Los participantes : Japon, E.U. e India con sus respectivos buques asignados
para las maniobras conjuntas. Aun no indican que sector o area maritima
sera el testigo de estas maniobras para no calentar la zona de asentamientos
artificiales Chinos.








Malabar 2016: Indian Navy, US Navy & Japan’s JMSDF hold exercise to boost ties


Indian Navy is participating in Malabar 2016, an exercise between the navies of India, US and Japan.
By: FE Online | Updated: June 10, 2016 1:45 PM

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Indian Navy’s ships Satpura, Sahyadri, Shakti and Kirch are participating in the 20th edition of exercise MALABAR-16. (Image: Indian Navy)
Indian Navy is participating in Malabar 2016, an exercise between the navies of India, US and Japan. The harbour phase of the exercise will be held at Sasebo from June 10 to June 13 and the sea phase in the Pacific Ocean from June 14 to June 17. The exercise is in line with India’s ‘Act East’ policy.
Indian Navy’s ships Satpura, Sahyadri, Shakti and Kirch are participating in the 20th edition of exercise MALABAR-16, with the US Navy and Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force (JMSDF).
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According to Ministry of Defence, the primary aim of this exercise is to increase interoperability amongst the three navies and develop common understanding of procedures for maritime security operations. “The scope of MALABAR-16 includes professional interactions in harbour and a diverse range of activities at sea, including complex surface, sub-surface and air operations,” the Indian Navy press release said.



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Indian Navy ships exercising with JMSDF ship JS Hyuga (a helicopter carrier) off Japan. (Image by Indian Navy Twitter) Indian Navy ships exercising with JMSDF ship JS Hyuga (a helicopter carrier) off Japan. (Image by Indian Navy Twitter)
The Indian Navy ships participating in the exercise are from the Eastern Fleet and include INS Sahyadri and INS Satpura, indigenously built guided missile stealth frigates, INS Shakti, a modern fleet tanker and support ship and INS Kirch an indigenous guided missile corvette. The ships have embarked one Sea King 42B ASW helicopter and two Chetak utility helicopters.

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US Nimitz class super carrier with Destroyer Squadron CVN 74 (Image by Indian Navy Twitter) US Nimitz class super carrier with Destroyer Squadron CVN 74 (Image by Indian Navy Twitter)



The US Navy will be represented by ships from CTF 70 of the USN 7th fleet, which is based at Yokosuka, Japan. The CTF will include the aircraft carrier USS John C Stennis (CVN 74), Ticonderoga class Cruiser USS Mobile Bay and Arleigh Burke class destroyers USS Stockdale and USS Chung Hoon, all with embarked helicopters. In addition, one nuclear powered submarine, carrier wing aircraft and Long Range Maritime Patrol aircraft will also participate in the exercise.

Indian Navy ships enter two rousing welcome by Japanese Navy at Sasebo harbour. (Image by Indian Navy Twitter) Indian Navy ships enter two rousing welcome by Japanese Navy at Sasebo harbour. (Image by Indian Navy Twitter)

The JMSDF will be represented by JS Hyuga, a helicopter carrier with SH 60 K integral helicopters and Long Range Maritime Patrol aircraft, besides other advanced warships for specific parts of the exercise. Additionally, the Special Forces (SF) of the three navies will also interact during the exercise.
“The exercise will support maritime security in the Indo-Pacific region, and benefit the global maritime community,” the release said.
Indian Navy and US Navy have regularly conducted the annual bilateral exercise named ‘MALABAR’ since 1992. Since 2007, MALABAR has been held alternatively off India and in the Western Pacific. The 19th edition of the exercise, exercise MALABAR-15, was conducted off Chennai and included participation by the JMSDF.

http://www.financialexpress.com/article/india-news/malabar-2016-indian-navy-us-navy-japans-jmsdf-hold-exercise-to-boost-ties/280133/
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ACLARANDO NOS AMANECE; el dia de ayer Japon publico donde se llevaran
estos ejercicios, y ambas fases seran en los mares aledaños al Japon,
no a las islas del Mar del Sur de China. Asi las cosas, no deberan provocar
ningun malestar a los Chinos, aunque no dejaran de monitorear estas
maniobras como lo han venido haciendo.

Veremos si la razon de publicar un dia antes del ejercicio, tal vez
tenga desprevenidos a la flota China que le gusta estar de observador
en dichos ejercicios en la distancia.




Malabar-16: India, US, Japan to play war games from Friday


Four Indian naval ships including two stealth frigates and elite Marine Commandos (Marcos) will take part in a trilateral maritime exercise Malabar-16, starting from Friday, that will see India, US and Japan playing war games in seas off Japan.

By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: June 9, 2016 11:58 AM

Indian Navy The Indians ships participation in Malabar-16 with the US Navy and JMSDF, reflects the vital strategic importance of the region to India. (Reuters)
Four Indian naval ships including two stealth frigates and elite Marine Commandos (Marcos) will take part in a trilateral maritime exercise Malabar-16, starting from Friday, that will see India, US and Japan playing war games in seas off Japan.
The Indians ships participation in Malabar-16 with the US Navy and JMSDF, reflects the vital strategic importance of the region to India.
The exercise also assumes significance as it is conducted in East Asia at a time when the South China Sea issue is a raging issue in the region. On New Delhi’s part the exercise also reflects demonstration of its operational reach and commitment to India’s Act East policy.
India has deployed two of its multi-role stealth frigates, INS Sahyadri and INS Satpura, equipped with weapons and sensors, missile corvette Kirch and fleet tanker INS Shakti for the exercise, official sources said today.
Led by Eastern Fleet commander Rear Admiral S V Bokhare, Sea King-42B and Chetak helicopters have also been deployed by the India for the military exercise starting from June 10 to 13 in the first phase at Sasebo in Japan.
The second phase from June 14 to 17 will be off Okinawa.

The US too will participate in the exercise with its full might. It also has Ticonderogaclass missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay, three Arleigh Burke-class destroyers and a tanker along with a wide array of aircraft and helicopters.
Japan has deployed its destroyer-cum helicopter carrier JS Hyuga, apart from P-3C Orion anti-submarine aircraft as well as the US-2i ShinMaywa amphibious aircraft, which it is keen to sell to India.
Reacting sharply to India’s move in December last year of including Japan in the Indo-US Malabar naval exercises on a permanent basis, China had said that Tokyo will not “provoke confrontation” and “heighten tensions” in the region.
The US, which had been pushing for Japan’s inclusion, has said the exercise is an important element for assessing the maritime capabilities of all the three countries.
The US has in recent months ramped up its warnings over what it calls China’s growing “militarisation” in the region.
American warships and aircraft have undertaken number of operations in the region to challenge China’s moves even as the US hopes to stitch Asian military powers into a closer cooperation.
The US has also been pushing for a quadrilateral security dialogue involving itself, India, Japan and Australia.

http://www.financialexpress.com/article/india-news/malabar-16-india-us-japan-to-play-war-games-from-friday/278235/
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Ya iniciado el ejercicio, las practicas en terreno amigo (Mares laterales del Japon)
les permite tener operaciones de apoyo y coordinacion de las naves Orion P-C3 asi
como el Hidroavion U-2 de fabricacion Nipona, ademas de sus plataformas con
Helos artillados para operaciones anti-submarinas de practica.
La ausencia de unidades Chinas a distancia aun no son reportadas. Sin duda en
8 dias de ejercicios, les facilitara enviar algunos submarinos para captar y
monitorear sus operaciones conjuntas asi como sus maniobras que han ido
funcionando con mucha mayor diligencia y coordinacion entre estos paises.

Las sigilozas unidades no descritas del bando Japones, sin duda estaran
siguiendo a sus vecinos cuando decidan acercar sus ruidosos pero efectivos
submarinos!!!!!








US, India, Japan kick-off Malabar joint naval exercises in Western Pacific


The navies of India, Japan and the US are holding trilateral drills from Friday in the Western Pacific Ocean off the east coast of Okinawa, close to a group of disputed islets in the East China Sea. DW examines.

The joint naval drills, called Malabar exercises, will be conducted over eight days and they are expected to focus on anti-submarine warfare, maritime interdiction operations and air-defense training.
The maneuvers are aimed at improving cooperation between the navies of the three countries.
While Malabar drills began in 1992 as India-US bilateral naval exercise, Japan became a permanent participant last year.
The Indian navy this year is deploying two of its new guided missile stealth frigates - equipped with weapons and sensors - a missile corvette, and a supply ship.



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This is a Shivalik class stealth frigate operated by the Indian Navy
The US Navy's Seventh Fleet, headquartered in Yokosuka in Japan, is expected to send an aircraft carrier battle group, including F-18 fighters, a nuclear attack submarine and early-warning reconnaissance aircraft.
Japan, in turn, will deploy the Hyuga - a new helicopter carrier - as well as patrol aircraft such as the P-3C Orion and rescue aircraft like the US-2.

A trilateral partnership
The exercises symbolize the strengthening trilateral strategic partnership between the United States, India and Japan, amid China's expansive territorial claims and increasingly assertive stance in the South and East China Seas.
The drills start a day after a Chinese naval vessel - a 3,963-ton Jiangkai class frigate - sailed near what Tokyo regards as Japanese territorial waters in the East China Sea (ECS).



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Japan a US-2


The picture shows a Japanese US-2 amphibious aircraft used for search and rescue operations
While Beijing claims sovereignty over almost all of the South China Sea (SCS) leading to territorial rows with some Southeast Asian nations like Vietnam and the Philippines, it has a bitter dispute with Tokyo involving a group of uninhabited islands in the ECS.
In a bid to counter China's claims, the US Navy has staged freedom of navigation operations in the SCS. And this year's Malabar drills are taking place off Japan's coast, close to the contested Diaoyu/Senkaku islands in the ECS.

"The exercises demonstrate greater boldness on the part of all three countries in challenging China's growing assertiveness in the maritime domain while demonstrating their commitment to protecting the freedom of navigation in the region," Chietigj Bajpaee, a military expert at King's College in London, told DW.


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Japan is deploying the Hyuga helicopter carrier for the exercises
This view is shared by Milan Vaishnav, a political analyst at the Washington-based Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He says the drills send a message to China that the three democracies and Asian powers are willing and able to work together to preserve a balance of power in the Asia-Pacific region.
The joint exercises are very significant for several reasons, the expert told DW. "First, they highlight increasing cooperation among three big powers in the Asia-Pacific region. In the past, bilateral cooperation has always trumped trilateral cooperation. And second, the exercise enhances military cooperation, coordination, and consultation between the three countries."




China and Japan claim sovereignty over a group of islets - called the Senkaku in Japan and the Diaoyu in China - in the ECS


Improving interoperability
Analysts point out that at the operational level, the key objective of these exercises is to improve interoperability between the navies of the three countries with a focus on air-defense training and anti-submarine warfare.



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Japan uses the P-3C Orion surveillance plane to monitor activity near the disputed islands in the East China Sea
For Japan, Bajpaee says, the exercises will also give it the ability to showcase its military platforms as it seeks to step up its defense exports. For India, the analyst reckons, the exercises demonstrate a drive by the Indian Navy to project power beyond its littoral space in the Indian Ocean.
"This comes after India declared a commitment to 'safeguarding maritime security and ensuring freedom of navigation...in the South China Sea' in a joint statement issued following the visit of President Obama to India in 2015," he noted.
For the US, likewise, the exercise reaffirms Washington's "pivot" to the Indo-Pacific by demonstrating that the US is not only allocating more resources toward the region, but also calling on friends and allies to accept a greater burden-sharing role in ensuring regional security, the military analyst said.

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Rogersukoi27 escribió:
ACLARANDO NOS AMANECE; el dia de ayer Japon publico donde se llevaran
estos ejercicios, y ambas fases seran en los mares aledaños al Japon,
no a las islas del Mar del Sur de China.  Asi las cosas, no deberan provocar
ningun malestar a los Chinos, aunque no dejaran de monitorear estas
maniobras como lo han venido haciendo.

 Veremos si la razon de publicar un dia antes del ejercicio, tal vez
tenga desprevenidos a la flota China que le gusta estar de observador
en dichos ejercicios en la distancia.




Malabar-16: India, US, Japan to play war games from Friday


Four Indian naval ships including two stealth frigates and elite Marine Commandos (Marcos) will take part in a trilateral maritime exercise Malabar-16, starting from Friday, that will see India, US and Japan playing war games in seas off Japan.

By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: June 9, 2016 11:58 AM

Indian Navy The Indians ships participation in Malabar-16 with the US Navy and JMSDF, reflects the vital strategic importance of the region to India. (Reuters)
Four Indian naval ships including two stealth frigates and elite Marine Commandos (Marcos) will take part in a trilateral maritime exercise Malabar-16, starting from Friday, that will see India, US and Japan playing war games in seas off Japan.
The Indians ships participation in Malabar-16 with the US Navy and JMSDF, reflects the vital strategic importance of the region to India.
The exercise also assumes significance as it is conducted in East Asia at a time when the South China Sea issue is a raging issue in the region. On New Delhi’s part the exercise also reflects demonstration of its operational reach and commitment to India’s Act East policy.
India has deployed two of its multi-role stealth frigates, INS Sahyadri and INS Satpura, equipped with weapons and sensors, missile corvette Kirch and fleet tanker INS Shakti for the exercise, official sources said today.
Led by Eastern Fleet commander Rear Admiral S V Bokhare, Sea King-42B and Chetak helicopters have also been deployed by the India for the military exercise starting from June 10 to 13 in the first phase at Sasebo in Japan.
The second phase from June 14 to 17 will be off Okinawa.

The US too will participate in the exercise with its full might. It also has Ticonderogaclass missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay, three Arleigh Burke-class destroyers and a tanker along with a wide array of aircraft and helicopters.
Japan has deployed its destroyer-cum helicopter carrier JS Hyuga, apart from P-3C Orion anti-submarine aircraft as well as the US-2i ShinMaywa amphibious aircraft, which it is keen to sell to India.
Reacting sharply to India’s move in December last year of including Japan in the Indo-US Malabar naval exercises on a permanent basis, China had said that Tokyo will not “provoke confrontation” and “heighten tensions” in the region.


http://www.financialexpress.com/article/india-news/malabar-16-india-us-japan-to-play-war-games-from-friday/278235/


QUEDA DOCUMENTADO: El dia 9 de Junio Japon revelo el ejercicio a iniciarse el dia Viernes
10 de Junio; Hoy a las 5 am del Miercoles 15 de Junio, se avisto el Buque Espia Chino,
pasando a 5 km de la isla Japonesa mas al Sur de su ristra, con direccion al Oceano
Pacifico.Eso le significo a China, preparar 5 dias su buque, para perseguir a distancia
las maniobras del Portaviones Stennis de los E.U., en conjunto con la flota de las
3 naciones en mar abierto.

Ya es sabido que no dejan pasar estas maniobras, para documentar, identificar y
catalogar sus movimientos, sin recelo de poder aprender algunas medidas correctivas,
ademas de las sensibles a los oidos de sus vecinos. Sera interesante conocer la
tarea del Submarino de ataque de E.U. que conforma esta maniobra, que operaciones
aplicara para darles una distraccion a los Chinos si se les pasa la raya.!!!!





Chinese spy ship shadowed US aircraft carrier in the Western Pacific during Malabar drill


By joining the Malabar naval exercise with US and India, Japan is deepening alliances which would help in countering growing Chinese power.

By: Reuters | Okinawa | Updated: June 15, 2016 12:43 pm


A Chinese observation ship shadowed the powerful US aircraft carrier, John C. Stennis, in the Western Pacific on Wednesday, a Japanese official said.
The Stennis, which has been followed by the Chinese ship since patrolling in the South China Sea, will sail apart from the other ships, acting as a “decoy” to draw it away from the eight-day naval exercise, a Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force officer said, declining to be identified because he was not authorized to talk to the media.
The 100,000 ton Stennis, which carries F-18 fighter jets, joined nine other naval ships including a Japanese helicopter carrier and Indian frigates in seas off the Japanese Okinawan island chain. Sub-hunting patrol planes launched from bases in Japan are also participating in the joint annual exercise dubbed Malabar.


The show of American naval power comes as Japan and the United States worry Beijing will look to extend its influence into the Western Pacific with submarines and surface vessels as it pushes its territorial claims in the neighbouring South China Sea.
Beijing views access to the Pacific as vital both as a supply line to the rest of the world’s oceans and for the projection of its naval power.

http://indianexpress.com/article/world/world-news/chinese-spy-ship-follows-malabar-india-us-japanese-naval-drill-in-the-western-pacific-2853813/
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Ahora China responde sobre su Nave Espia realizando su funcion a corta distancia
del Portaviones Stennis entre 7 y 10 millas de distancia.

"COMO CREEN QUE LOS ESPIAMOS, SOLO ANDAMOS DE LIBRE PASEO POR EL AMPLIO
OCEANO PACIFICO,",
sin que tengan reservas en cuanto a la distancia corta para observar todos sus movimientos y regular sus maniobras, comunicaciones, vigilancias, etc,
mismas rutinas que le serviran a los portaviones Chinos (cuando esten listos y prestos) el
conocer contra quien estaran operando en mares iguales.!!!!!





China denies spying US Navy carrier in Japanese waters

Responding to reports of a Chinese spy ship entering Japanese waters while spying on U.S. Navy aircraft carrier John C. Stennis (CVN-74), China’s Ministry of National Defense released a statement saying the Chinese warship conducted “normal navigation and training in relevant waters of the Western Pacific on June 15, 2016.”

To remind, Japan’s Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Hiroshige Seko told reporters June 15 that a Dongdiao-class intelligence vessel entered Japanese territorial waters west of Kuchinoerabu Island while it was spying on the U.S. Navy’s Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis which is taking part in the U.S., Japanese, Indian naval exercise Malabar 2016 in the Western Pacific.

Additionally, speaking at a regular press conference Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Lu Kang said: “Chinese naval vessels were on an exercise in far seas as scheduled in the annual plan, during which they passed through the Tokara Strait.”

“It is worth pointing out that the Tokara Strait is for international navigation and vessels from all countries are entitled to innocent passage in these waters without prior notice or approval. Japan insisted on playing up this issue while knowing clearly this fact, and that’s why we have every reason to question its hidden motives.”

However, USS John C. Stennis captain Gregory C. Huffman confirmed to media that a Chinese vessel began shadowing the drills and the aircraft carrier from a distance of about 7 to 10 miles. He added that the vessel followed them from the South China Sea.

http://navaltoday.com/2016/06/17/china-denies-spying-us-navy-carrier-in-japanese-waters/
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Ya con el encrispado mar del Sur de China, por las instalaciones militares desplegadas en las islas extendidas y artificiales, el hecho que el ejercicio MALABAR se realice en
esa zona, sin duda volvera a motivar la presencia naval de los Chinos a distancia,
para mostrar su inconformidad por esas maniobras en dicha zona.
Los Indios, Japoneses y Gabachos, se presentan como naciones con buena fe,
mas los protocolos que muestran su desempeño, es solo alterar el am
biente
y remarcar la intencion de preservar el libre transito maritimo......!!!! scratch




Report: Japan to deploy helicopter carrier on three-month South China Sea mission




JS Izumo at sea. Photo: JMSDF
Japan is sending its 24,000-ton helicopter carrier JS Izumo (DDH-183) on a three-month deployment to the South China Sea, Reuters said in a report on Monday.

During its mission, the helicopter carrier will visit Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines and Sri Lanka before joining the annual Malabar naval exercise, Reuters said citing sources.

“The aim is to test the capability of the Izumo by sending it out on an extended mission. It will train with the U.S. Navy in the South China Sea,” Reuters quoted one of the sources as saying.

If the carrier does go on a South China Sea mission, the move could anger China whose officials have already reacted to the report. Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunyuing told media that China’s reaction would depend on the nature of the carrier’s deployment.

Malabar, the drill Izumo is expected to join, is a trilateral exercise attended by the navies of Japan, U.S. and India that is expected to grow in complexity this year.

JS Izumo is the first of two planned helicopter carriers which Japan officially classifies as helicopter destroyers. Izumo and sister ship JS Kaga are the largest ships in the Japan Maritime Self Defense Force capable of carrying up to 28 aircraft.

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Si bien aun no han publicado cuales naves estaran participando en el ejercicio
conjunto entre India-Japon y E.U. en zonas maritimas cercanas a la Bahia de Bengala,
(zonas navales familiares de mis años mosos), ahora los INDIOS desean ampliar la
frecuencia de trabajos coordinados, sin duda por la recurrente presencia de submarinos
Chinos en sus propios mares, pidiendo apoyo para manejar la situacion, y asegurarse
que no se deje pasar de noche, el claro embargo a tierras indias por los marinos Chinos.

 Ya que la frontera India con China en el Norte esta bien pertrechada y sin dejar abiertos
los intrusos sin que haya una refriega, en el sur y en sus mares, tanto Pakistan como
los acuerdos con Sri Lanka, los Chinos han manejado sus ajedrez muy aventajado.

Veremos que sigue en estos interesantes delirios persecutorios del gato y el raton!!!!



India to host Japan, US for Bay of Bengal naval drill

Last year's Malabar drill saw the participation of aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71). Photo: US Navy
India is set to host maritime forces from Japan and the U.S. for this year’s annual trilateral exercise Malabar.

The 2017 edition of the exercise is scheduled to take place in the Bay of Bengal in mid-Summer.

Malabar 2016 was hosted by Japan with the at sea phase taking place in the Philippine Sea.

The 2017 exercise will feature both ashore and at-sea training off the eastern coast of India in the Bay of Bengal.

According to the U.S. Navy, training will focus on high-end warfighting skillsets, subject matter expert and professional exchanges, combined carrier strike group operations, maritime patrol and reconnaissance operations, surface and anti-submarine warfare, medical operations, damage control, special forces, explosive ordnance disposal (EOD), helicopter operations, and visit board search and seizure (VBSS) operations.

The full list of ships and units taking part in the exercise is yet to be announced.




RSSPosted on June 15, 2017 with tags Indian Navy, JMSDF, Malabar, US Navy.

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Se inicia el ejercicio MALABAR 2017, formado por los 3 paises que el pasado 2015 tuvieron participacion conjunta, ahora con mayor enfasis, en la integracion de 2 Portaviones(ya al Izumo japones lo intentan calificar como Portaviones tambien!), junto con la flota naval de EU,
la India y submarinos de estas naciones.
 El principal motivo de su extendido periodo (inician el 12 de Julio y cierran por el 12 o 15 de Agosto), es para capacitar, compartir tecnicas y abarcar toda el Golfo de Bengala, donde ultimamente
se han presentado Submarinos Chinos (que se abastecen en Sri Lanka), y navegan sigilozamente
para maniobrar en dicha zona sin intencion clara, aunque si buscando los espacios huecos de la
zona, para canalizar sus maniobras sin ser detectados.

Otras aproximaciones aereas con aviones Orion de la India, han sido enfatizados para ubicar  mejor las maniobras que se esten realizando por submarinos de dicha nacion en la zona.
 Los intereses se perfilan a tener un perfil de accion mas amplio dentro del Oceano Indico,
sin limitar su permanencia en dicha zona para el cuidado y monitoreo del trafico naval que
ocurra. A partir de ya, las operaciones en este Oceano, no dejaran de tener avistamientos
de diversa indole, ademas del incremento de naves y unidades de flotas circunavegando
en dicha zona en ambas direcciones.  
 Los satelites en el espacio de monitoreo, tendran mayor trabajo que cumplir con estas
maniobras y transitos esperados.


US, India and Japan begin naval exercises, as China looks on

By Steve George and Huizhong Wu, CNN
Updated 0508 GMT (1308 HKT) July 12, 2017

New Delhi (CNN)A rising Chinese presence in the Indian Ocean has prompted the largest naval exercise the region has seen in more than two decades.

The United States, Japan and India have deployed front-line warships, submarines and aircraft as part of the tri-nation Malabar exercises in the Bay of Bengal.
Conducted annually since 1992, Malabar has grown in size and complexity in recent years to address what the US Navy describes as a "variety of shared threats to maritime security in the Indo-Asia Pacific."
Formerly a bilateral exercise between India and the US, Japan became a permanent Malabar member in 2015.
This year is the first to include aircraft carriers from all three participating navies.
The exercises, which officially began Monday, are intended to provide a "symbolic reassurance that the US is committed to working with India to continue shaping the Asian security environment," said Constantino Xavier, a foreign policy specialist at Carnegie India.
The week-long series of war games will involve a total of 16 ships -- including the nuclear-powered USS Nimitz, India's INS Vikramanditya, a reconditioned Russian-built aircraft carrier, and Japan's JS Izumo, a helicopter carrier with an emphasis on anti-submarine warfare -- as well as two submarines and more than 95 aircraft.

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The aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68) anchors off the coast of India in preparation for Malabar 2017.

Rising China
The buildup of naval power in the region comes at a time of increased tensions between India and China.
China has steadily increased its naval presence throughout the Indian Ocean in recent years, part of an assertive blue-water strategy that aims to extend the country's operating ability far from Chinese shores.
According to an IndiaSpend analysis of publicly available data, China's People's Liberation Army Navy (PLA-N) has 283 major surface combatant warships, four times more than those under the control of the Indian Navy (66).
Delhi has long viewed the India Ocean as part of its immediate sphere of influence. The expansion of China's naval power -- and its submarine fleet in particular -- has forced Indian leaders to reevaluate the country's coastal defense policy. The Indian Navy has reported at least a dozen sightings of Chinese vessels in the region since May, including submarines.
This year's Malabar exercises will for the first time include exchanges on anti-submarine warfare, patrol and reconnaissance, according to the US Navy.
The Indian Navy has also sent its Sindhughosh class submarine and a P-81 long range maritime surveillance aircraft, underscoring the exercise's anti-submarine focus.
Ten years ago many Indians believed in China's pronouncement that it would be a different kind of world power, one whose power rests on economic development, said Xavier. "But today, the question in Delhi is not whether China is a threat, but rather, how do we best address this threat?"
Further north, India and China remain locked in an ongoing border dispute in the mountainous region of Doklam, on the unmarked border between China and Bhutan.
Though not a part of Indian territory, the plateau holds immense strategic importance for Delhi and is vital to its geopolitical interests.
Elsewhere, China's close ties with Pakistan -- the two countries recently agreed a deal that gives China access to Pakistan's Gwadar Port -- as well as the construction of China's first overseas military base in Djibouti have added to Delhi's military concerns.
In response to a question relating to Malabar Friday, a spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign Ministry said that China had "no objection to the development of normal relations and cooperation between countries."
Global maritime community
India has recently begun to take a more active role in working with regional partners to contain China's influence. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's trip to the US in June, along with the US sale of surveillance drones to the Indian Navy, reaffirmed the two counties' relationship.
And in June, US defense giant Lockheed Martin said it would build F-16 fighter jets in India if Delhi signs an order for as many as 150 of the single-engine warplanes.
Meanwhile, Modi's courting of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has accelerated in recent months, with the two leaders agreeing to "strengthen coordination" across a range of issues, including maintaining a free and open Indo-Pacific.

That sense of openness will likely strike a chord in Beijing. The Bay of Bengal, where the Malabar exercise is taking place, is a strategically important waterway for China, due to its proximity to the Strait of Malacca.
"The Chinese depend fundamentally on the Strait of Malacca (the main shipping channel connecting the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea) for their commerce, trade, export and access to oil in the Middle East," said Xavier.
The Indian administered Andaman and Nicobar archipelago, several hundred miles northwest of the Strait of Malacca, provides India with a degree of territorial and strategic leverage over China.
"If they (the Chinese) are choked, if they're not allowed to use that sea line of communication, if the Indians and Japanese start pushing for control (of the Strait of Malacca), the Chinese will have to look at alternate routes, and that's what they're doing, with the whole belt and road initiative."
Notably, both India and Japan have declined to participate in China's One Belt, One Road project -- an ambitious series of interlinking trade deals and infrastructure projects throughout Eurasia and the Pacific.
Key events planned during the at-sea portions of the Malabar exercises include submarine familiarization, air defense exercises, surface warfare exercises and anti-submarine warfare, according to the US Navy.
While China will be watching carefully, the exercises are not likely to tip the balance of power in the region. "It's a cat-and-mouse game," said Bharat Karnad, a professor at the Centre for Policy Resesarch in Delhi. "It's always ongoing."

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Para mandar señales a los observadores Chinos, se publica en su esplendor, la Flota combinada
de la Naval de India, Japon y los E.U. en el Golfo de Bengala, para abrir el inicio de las
maniobras diversas en dicha zona, buscando mantener el control, supervision e indentificacion
de unidades amigas y las desconocidas en dichas aguas.




A la izquierda se aprecia el Portaviones Nimitz, al centro el Destructor Izumo Japones y a la
derecha el Portaviones Indio iniciando manibras de dispersion para formacion de flotas y
pases de mutuos saludos!!!




Vistas de la flota desde diferentes angulos!





Toques y despegues de plataforma del  Nimitz !!!







En esta imagen se aprecia el sigilozo  JMSDF IZUMO navegando en conjunto con la flota!!!!




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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 20/7/2017, 7:28 pm

De las operaciones combinadas entre flotas, se realizo el repostamiento de combustible en
altamar, de Buque cisterna Indio al Portaviones Nimitz y a Destructor Japones en paralelo.







Otro de los ejercicios realizados, fue el juego aereo de persecucion entre los Mig.29K y los
F18 del Nimitz, con maniobras observadas por las diferentes naves testigas de la operacion.









De las interesantes maniobras realizadas y no publicadas, fue la participacion de submarinos
de E.U, Japon e India, sin revelar lo que se obtuvo de sus ejercicios, ni que tipo de señales,
intercambio de mensajes y revelacion de las conclusiones aprendidas de su encuentro naval.


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