WASHINGTON : As many as 400 Indian Army soldiers would arrive at Fort Bragg - home to airborne and special operations forces - in the US next year, to hold a joint annual military exercise. The fort-night long "Yudh Abhyas" from May 3 to 17 is an exchange of combat units between the two countries with each of them hosting it every alternate year. Some 400 US soldiers would attend the joint exercise.
The US has a "budding relationship" with India, Wiercisnki said.
"The two armies could be called upon to work together in the future, he said.”
“We're not looking for missions," he added.
Wiercinski asserted that the India-US joint military exercise will have no impact on US relations with Pakistan.