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Cobra Gold19: Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response Exercise Commenced in Thailand
190211-M-PG096-1029.JPG Photo By: U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Robert G. Gavaldon

Feb 11, 2019
PHITSANULOK, Thailand - (Left to Right) Participants, India Air Commander Ak Chourasia, South Korea Capt. Won Seok Kang, Indonesia Lt. Col. Luhut Bernandus Sidabariba, Thai Maj. Gen. Jaras Panyadee, the Chief of Staff of 3rd Army Area, Thai Lt. Gen. Siravuth Wongkantee, Director of Joint Civil Affair Royal Thai Armed Forces (RTArF), Mr. Joseph Martin, the Director of Center for Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance (CFE-DMHA), Singapore Lt. Col. Ho Wan Huo, Japan Col. Masanori Koide and China Lt. Col. Zhou Ming pose for a participant photo during the second annual Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Tabletop Exercise (HADR TTX), as part of the 38th annual Thai, U.S. co-sponsored Cobra Gold Exercise, opening ceremony in Phitsanulok Province, Thailand, on Feb. 11, 2019. The HADR TTX consists of a four-day program to learn and share civil military challenges across a spectrum of operational environments, including international disaster response and complex contingencies. The table top exercise is composed of two parts: the first part will include a focus on international disaster response; and the second part will focus on complex contingencies. The event is being hosted by Thai Lt. Gen. Siravuth Wongkantee, Director of Joint Civil Affair Royal Thai Armed Forces (RTArF), in collaboration with Mr. Joseph Martin, the Director of Center for Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance (CFE-DMHA) and Thai Maj. Gen. Jaras Panyadee, the Chief of Staff of 3rd Army Area with participation of nine nations.


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