USS Green Bay in Thailand for Exercise Cobra Gold

February 8, 2019 – USS Green Bay (LPD 20), with the embarked 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), arrived in Sattahip, February 7, to participate in exercise Cobra Gold 2019. Cobra Gold is the largest theater security cooperation exercise in the Indo-Pacific region and is designed to bringing together a robust multinational force to address shared goals and security commitments. “It is really great to be back in Thailand and participating in Cobra Gold”, said Capt. Tom Shultz, Green Bay’s commanding officer. “The ship was last here in 2017, so we’re…

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Cape Hudson Sails the Pacific Pathways, Delivers for Cobra Gold

January 25, 2019 – Military Sealift Command (MSC) chartered ship M/V Cape Hudson (T-AKR 5066) continued its voyage through the Pacific and arrived at Sattahip, Thailand, to offload equipment in support of exercise Cobra Gold 2019, Jan 21-25. The Cape Hudson began the voyage from its home base in San Francisco and took on cargo in Tacoma, Wash., Hawaii, Guam, and Japan. Thailand was the first point of discharge at the ports of Thung Prong and Chuk Samet and the ship offloaded approximately 435 end items and containers in about…

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Exercise Cobra Gold 2017 set to begin in mid-February

Thailand and the United States will co-host the annual, multilateral Exercise Cobra Gold in various areas throughout the Kingdom of Thailand February 14-24, 2017. Exercise Cobra Gold, the largest multilateral exercise in Asia, has taken place annually for more than 30 years. Cobra Gold 2017, the 36th version of the military exercise, will bring together more than two dozen nations to address regional and global security challenges and to promote international cooperation and stability within the region. Cobra Gold 2017 will strengthen regional cooperation and collaboration, increasing the ability of…

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