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China, Singapore, US engineers standardize water purification process June 21, 2013 — Engineers with China, Singapore and the U.S. demonstrated their water purification capabilities to senior leaders at a disaster site in Biang, Brunei Darussalam, June 19 as part of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief and Military Medicine Exercise (AHMX). The disaster site is the location of the field MORE
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Philippines, US test pandemic preparedness in joint exercise September 11, 2012 — An infectious disease has spread rapidly across Southeast Asia, and for the people of the Philippines, the impact of a highly contagious, and even deadly, strain of the flu has affected all sectors of society: overtaking healthcare providers, disabling critical infrastructure, crippling manufacturing and agricultural output, reducing transportation MORE
Events bring Philippine, U.S. forces together with Crow Valley community April 24, 2012 — While supporting Exercise Balikatan 2012 in Crow Valley, Armed Forces of the Philippines and U.S. forces reached out to the local community of Santa Juliana in several ways. Command chaplains U.S. Navy Lts. Gary W. Foshee, Combat Logistics Battalion 3, Marine Corps Base Hawaii; Kevin S. Wilkinson, Battalion Landing Team, 3rd Marine Division; and MORE
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Philippine, US military conduct bilateral firefighting training April 22, 2012 — Puerto Princesa Airport Aircraft rescue and firefighting and U.S. Marines AARF practiced putting out fires on the flight line of the Puerto Princesa Airport April 22, 2012 in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Republic of the Philippines. Both nations took part in this unique opportunity in support of Exercise Balikatan 2012, which officially began April MORE
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Balikatan 2012 officially opens April 16, 2012 — Locked arm-in-arm, the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the United States officially opened Exercise Balikatan 2012 at Camp Aguinaldo, Manila, April 16. Balikatan, a Filipino word meaning “shoulder-to-shoulder,” is an annual bilateral exercise on its 28th iteration and the third humanitarian assistance/disaster relief focused exercise between MORE
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Marines provide potable water for Balikatan 2012 April 11, 2012 — Everyone needs water; especially Marines and sailors working hard in the Philippines in 90-degree heat. The process to make water potable, however, is a challenge in every clime and place. Marines from Combat Logistics Battalion 3 and Headquarters Battalion, 3rd Marine Division, are working hard to provide potable water in Crow Valley where they’re MORE
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Building Balikatan: CLB-3 constructs Camp Palacio in Crow Valley April 09, 2012 — Continuing a long-standing partnership, the Marine Corps will once again participate in Exercise Balikatan 2012. The exercise, formally starting April 16, is an annual event where the Armed Forces of the Philippines collaborate with U.S. military forces to enhance interoperability in sea, air and ground operations. Balikatan translates to MORE
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Filipino, US personnel respond to cholera outbreak in Palaw-an July 28, 2011 — A cholera outbreak that claimed the lives of 26 people of Palaw-an, Philippines, has been contained because of the combined efforts of the armed forces of the Philippines’ National Development Support Command and the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific Experimentation Center.   Filipino officials first declared the outbreak in the native village of MORE
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