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Royal Australian Navy and Indian Navy warships completed two-day Passage Exercise (PASSEX) in the east Indian Ocean region.

Royal Australian Navy & Indian Navy warships completed 2 day Passage Exercise (PASSEX). Seamanship evolutions, weapon drills & cross deck flying undertaken. High degree of interoperability and jointness were further reinforced: Indian Navy

Indian Navy Royal Australian NavyPassage Exercise (PASSEX) underway b/w Royal Australian Navy & Indian Navy in Eastern Indian Ocean Region. Air Warfare Destroyer HMAS Hobart, Stealth Frigate INS Sahyadri &Missile Corvette INS Karmuk engaged in the maritime exercises: Indian Navy

Indian Navy to undertake Passage Exercise(PASSEX) with Royal Australian Navy (RAN) in East Indian Ocean Region on 23 & 24 Sep. Exercise to involve participation of HMAS Hobart from Australia & Indian Naval Ships Sahyadri & Karmuk:Defence Ministry.(File pics: AUSINDEX 2017 & 2019)

Indian Navy is scheduled to undertake a Passage Exercise (PASSEX) with Royal Australian Navy in the East Indian Ocean Region from 23rd to 24th Sept, 2020. The exercise would involve participation of HMAS Hobart from the Australian side and Indian Naval Ships Sahyadri and Karmuk.

Indian Navy is scheduled to undertake a Passage Exercise (PASSEX) with Royal Australian Navy in the East Indian Ocean Region from September 23 to 24: Eastern Naval Command

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Indian Navy is scheduled to undertake a Passage Exercise (PASSEX) with Royal Australian Navy in the East Indian Ocean Region from 23rd to 24th Sept, 2020. The exercise would involve participation of HMAS Hobart from the Australian side and Indian Naval Ships Sahyadri and Karmuk.

NDRA NAVY–2020, earlier planned in Vladivostok (Russia) has been postponed due to #COVID19  pandemic situation. Russian Navy has instead proposed conducting a “non-contact, at sea only” Passage Exercise (PASSEX), to maintain the continuity engagements between two Navies: Sources

Every August 26, Women's Equality Day celebrates the passage of women’s suffrage in the U.S. The date commemorates the 19th Amendment, 100 years ago, which granted women the right to vote. Still, most Black women would wait nearly five decades to actually exercise the right.

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@USNavy  @indiannavyExercises  like the passage exercise (PASSEX) the #USSNimitzrecently  conducted with @indiannavyin  the Indian Ocean help improve interoperability between our two forces, allowing for greater maritime security cooperation.

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TODAY: #USSNimitz  Carrier Strike Group (CSG) conducted a passage exercise (PASSEX) with @indiannavy  in the #IndianOcean . Naval engagements such as these improve the cooperation of #maritime  forces to counter threats at sea. #NavyPartnerships  Details: ⬇️

Indian Navy units undertook Passage Exercise (PASSEX) with units of US Navy-Nimitz Carrier Strike Group as they transit through Indian Ocean Region. (Video source: Indian Navy)

Nimitz Carrier Strike Group is transiting through Indian Ocean Region. During the passage, Indian Navy units undertook Passage Exercise (PASSEX) with US Navy. Indian Navy had conducted similar PASSEXs with Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force&French Navy in recent past: Indian Navy

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The passage of the 19th Amendment was just the first step on the road to ensure all American women can exercise their right to vote. On #WomensEqualityDay , let's celebrate how far we've come and resolve to keep marching. #EqualityCantWait 

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Rep. Adam Schiff calls the first volume of the Mueller report "a report about the exercise of prosecutorial judgment." "A finding of no collusion, much less a finding of no obstruction is nowhere to be seen on any page or in any passage," he says.

I applaud the passage of H.R. 1, The ‘For the People’ Act. This legislation gives the American people the power to more freely exercise their constitutional right to vote, and it strengthens accountability for Executive Branch officials—including the President.

By far the most insane passage of the Fourth Circuit opinion, celebrating its impact on First Amendment exercise

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