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Indian and U.S. Armed Forces Special Forces units are conducting their annual Yudh Abhyas exercise in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, located in the Himalayas near the Chinese border, ANI news agency reported.

The purpose of the maneuvers is to share experiences between Indian and U.S. special forces personnel. They are practicing anti-terrorist operations in high altitude terrain and disaster relief operations, Indian Defense Ministry sources said.

The Yudh Abhyas maneuvers are being held for the 18th time. Members of the Indian Army's Assam Regiment and the U.S. Army's 11th Airborne Division are participating.

The exercise uses India's Mi-17B5 military transport helicopters, anti-drone systems and other advanced weaponry.

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