It is important to note that the strategic relationship between India and the United States has improved considerably over the past decade and a half without these agreements. Defence cooperation has been the most visible aspect of this developing relationship. Indeed, the United States has proven to be the main supplier of arms to India and India is currently conducting more military exercises with the United States than with any other country. On March 27, 2019, India and the United States signed an agreement to „strengthen bilateral security and civil nuclear cooperation,“ including the construction of six U.S. nuclear reactors in India.  But because of China`s clear and current danger, the strategic embrace from New Delhi to Washington is the obvious result. The Indian defense company has already deployed at least five U.S. platforms on the LAC – C-17 Globemaster III for military transport, Boeing Chinook CH-47 as a heavy helicopter, Boeing Apache as a tank killer, P-8I Poseidon for land reconnaissance and Lockheed Martins C-130J for aircraft lifts. LEMOA is very useful for cooperation between the Indian and American navies, as the two countries work closely together in the Indo-Pacific space. To put the usefulness of this agreement in simple terms, it is like being able to stop in a friend`s garage or workshop to refuel your car or have it repaired if you are away from your own home or workshop. The two countries will implement this agreement in a manner consistent with the national security interests of the other. In July 2005, Bush received Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in Washington, D.C. The two heads of state and government announced the success of the NSSP and other agreements that strengthened cooperation in the fields of nuclear, civil and high-tech civil trade.
Other initiatives announced included the U.S.-India economic dialogue, HIV/AIDS, disaster relief, technological cooperation, a knowledge initiative for agriculture, a trade policy forum, an energy dialogue, a CEO forum and a reciprocity initiative to promote democracy and freedom.  President Bush delivered India in March 2006, during which the progress of these initiatives was reviewed and new initiatives were launched. Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was the guest of honour at the first state dinner of U.S. President Barack Obama`s administration on November 24, 2009. Subsequently, Obama visited India from November 6-9, 2010 and signed numerous trade and defense agreements with India. He was speaking at the joint meeting of the Indian Parliament in New Delhi and became only the second President of the United States to do so and announced that the United States would support India`s bid for a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council, meaning the growing strategic dimension of relations between the world`s two largest democracies.  LEMOA stands for logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement (LEMOA), an optimized version of the Logistics Support Agreement (LSA) to India