India and the United States have already signed three important core agreements: the General Security of Military Information Agreement (GSOMIA) in 2002, the Logistics Memorandum of Understanding (LEMOA) in 2016 and the Communication Compatibility and Security Agreement (COMCASA) in 2018. These included areas of military security and information, compatibility, security, logistical exchange and communication. LEMOA has great advantages for both India and the United States, especially in the case of naval cooperation. The strategic agreement allows partners to mutually suspend their military and strategic assets, such as warships and other entities, so that they require mutual trust. It took nearly a decade to negotiate LEMOA, and the exercise somehow closed the trust gap between India and the US and paved the way for the other two pacts. The new bilateral agreement would have access to better cooperation between India and the US between air weapons. . . .