10 Indian Military Base Outside India
If not all, some of you must be aware of the critical military support of the armed forces within our country. In this post, we will discuss the crucial Indian military that is located outside our country and plays a vital role. We will talk about some of the important ones by one
So, let's begin
- The country shares its boundary from three sides, and the Indian defence force safeguards the country from any threat whether it is from air or land.
- An Indian Military Training Team (IMTRAT) is permanently stationed in western Bhutan.
- This country shares a good relationship with our country, and in return, our army provides security to the neighbouring country.
- India even claims that any attack on Nepal will be counted as the attack on Indian territory such strong is our bond.
- Indian airforce has an air-strip in Surkhet which provides safety against airborne threats.
- The Maldives is under Indian navy security hold which monitors the waters of the neighbours country.
- Piracy threats in the waters are secured using Coastal Surveillance Radar station.
- Both the countries share a strong Military relationship, and Vietnam has invited India for its naval presence in the South China Sea through access to the Cam Ranh Bay naval and air base.
- Farkhor Airforce base is the 1st overseas base on India.
- It's within 15 minutes strike distance from Islamabad.
- It is an official foreign base of India and is operated jointly with Russia.
- Ayni base hosts Indian helicopters as well.
- The monitoring station in northern Madagascar is set up to keep an eye on ship movements in India Ocean.
- It is equipment with radars and surveillance gear to intercept maritime communication.
- Listening post of Indian Navy started in 2007 for gathering intelligence information of other navy operation.
- On the request of the government of Seychelles India plays an essential role in its fight against piracy.
- India supports the country by providing choppers and defence equipment to safeguard the borders.
- India has committed its military assets to protect Qatar from the external threat in 2008.
- Navy of Indian forces provides security and free access to the sea are granted to the Indian navy.
- Oman is the first Gulf nation to have formalised defence relationship with India, Oman signed a defence agreement with India in 2008.
- Indian Navy has berthing rights in Oman and has been utilising Oman's ports bases for conducting an anti-piracy operation in the Gulf of Aden.
- Indian Naval airbase is in Muscat.
- India and Mozambique share warm military ties with each other.
- Indian Navy took charge of Mozambique's sea security during African Union summit there in 2003 and during World Economic Forum summit.
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