The Indian military used an agreement that allows the two soldiers to obtain logistical support from both sides, such as buying fuel and spare parts for warships and aircraft, for the transaction, officials said and asked not to be identified if rules of conversation with the media were given. Signed in August 2016, the Logistics Exchange Memorandum Agreement aims to promote interoperability between the two militaries. (Source) This is the last of three fundamental agreements that the United States is signing with close partners to enable the interoperability of armed forces and the exchange of sensitive and secret information. While the other two concern the sharing of military logistics and the ability to communicate securely, BECA aims to exchange geographic data, including sea and air charts. The complete data, supplemented by very precise American satellites, help with navigation and the acquisition of military means. (Source) The signing of BECA will enable India and the United States to act together and be in a better position to shape the regional and global environment for peace and stability. However, the two countries should not glorify this signing, because these agreements are not an end in themselves, but a means to achieve a greater end – the security and prosperity of their citizens. If these agreements were so important to help India`s strategic defense capabilities and capabilities, why didn`t India sign these agreements in front of the government? The answer lies in archaic diplomatic positions adopted by previous governments in the name of “autonomy” and which had not allied themselves with the United States, even if it made sense.