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RIMPAC to kick off in Hawaiian Islands June 27, 2014 — The U.S. Pacific Command is holding a large-scale multinational maritime exercise from June 26 through Aug. 1 around the Hawaiian Islands. Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2014 exercise involves 22 nations, 48 surface ships, six submarines, more than 200 aircraft and 25,000 military personnel.  RIMPAC is a biannual theater security cooperation training MORE
Filipino children turn tables on US volunteers March 26, 2013 — Combined Joint Civil Military Operations Task Force (CJCMOTF) staff members joined 40 other U.S. service members to visit a Philippine orphanage during a community relations (COMREL) event coordinated by the JCMOTF chaplain.  Initially designed as an event during which military members would visit some of Zambales’ displaced youths at the Shepherd MORE
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Multinational exercise Cobra Gold set to begin in Thailand January 18, 2013 — Service members from every branch of the U.S. military will join military members from throughout the Asia-Pacific region to participate in exercise Cobra Gold 2013 Feb. 11-21 in the Kingdom of Thailand.  CG 13 is the 32nd iteration in a series of recurring multinational and multiservice exercises hosted annually by the Kingdom of Thailand and MORE
CLR-17, T-AKE-1 test mission, logistical capabilities October 05, 2012 — A team of U.S. Marines, Sailors and civilians are afloat near the equator in the Indian Ocean, but their mission has nevertheless ventured into unchartered waters. Sailors and civilian mariners with Military Sealift Command, along with Marines from Combat Logistics Regiment 17, 1st Marine Logistics Group, are exercising their ship’s logistical MORE
DIEGO GARCIA
Philippine, US forces train together in mock IED drills April 13, 2012 — An unidentified van stops 50 feet from the gate as all of the passengers run away in various directions. The Philippine Air Force (PAF) and U.S. Marines grip their weapons tighter as they launch into action. This improvised explosive device drill was conducted by members of the PAF’s Squadron 5711 and U.S. Marine Security Forces from Marine Wing MORE
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