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VISAKHAPATNAM, India (March 20, 2024) U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Joaquin Martinez, commander of the U.S. Joint Force for Tiger Triumph, and Indian navy Rear Adm. Rajesh Dhankhar shake hands during a commander's brief in Visakhapatnam, India, March 20, 2024, during Exercise Tiger Triumph 2024. Tiger Triumph is a U.S.-India tri-service amphibious exercise focused on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief readiness and interoperability. Tiger Triumph enables U.S. and Indian Armed Forces to improve interoperability and bilateral, joint, and service readiness in the Indian Ocean region and beyond to better achieve mutual regional security objectives. (Oklahoma National Guard photo by Cpl. Danielle Rayon)

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