U.S., Philippines and Japan conduct amphibious landing in the Philippines

October 9, 2018 – The United States Armed Forces, Armed Forces of the Philippines, and Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) conducted amphibious operations training during exercise KAMANDAG 2 at Naval Station Leovigildo Gantioqui, Oct. 6. U.S. and Philippine Marines aboard U.S. assault amphibious vehicles (AAVs) launched from the U.S. Navy’s USS Ashland (LSD 48) and Philippine Navy’s BRP Davao del Sur (LD 602) as part of a counterterrorism and humanitarian response based exercise. The ship-to-shore movement brought the U.S., Philippine and Japanese militaries together to advance amphibious capabilities. “This is…

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Russian Pacific Ships Transit Japanese EEZ

September 3, 2018 (Google Translation)- 30. 9. 3 Integrated staff coordinator (Notice) Trends of Russian Navy vessels [smartslider3 slider=87] From September 1 (Saturday) at 9:30 pm to September 2 (Sunday) around 4 pm, Yuudachi (Otominchi) belonging to the 7th escort group of the guard, “Wakataka” belonging to the 1st missile boat group City) and the 2nd air group “P – 3C” (Hachinohe), about 210 km northeast of Soya Cape One Russian Navy Bulzam class information ship westward moving in the waters, Igori Belowsov class latent One Ship Rescue Ship, Sonia-class…

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