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Pacific Exercises as Shaping Dynamic 21st Century Capabilities


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Exercises and training are central to shaping coherent and effective capabilities to deal with 21st century challenges. The US and the Pacific allies are working within a wide-ranging exercise regime to reach more effective outcomes for future contingencies and current operations.

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Pacific Exercises as Shaping Dynamic 21st Century Capabilities

  1. 1. 1 Pacific Exercises and Training Ranges: Building Deterrence in Depth Exercise Northern Edge Eielson AFB Exercise Talisman Saber Shoalwater Bay Training Area Exercise Valiant Shield, Cope North Anderson AFB, Guam Naval Base Guam South Pacific Ocean Exercise Rim of the Pacific Naval Station Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Exercise Red Flag Alaska Elmendorf AFB Exercise Maple Flag Cold Lake Air Weapons Range Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada RAAF Woomera Test Range Woomera, South Australia Queensland Exercise Koolendong Bradshaw Field Training Area Darwin, Australia Brisbane Port Gladstone Port Alma PortRockhampton Forager Fury Joint Region Marianas Naval Base Guam South China Sea North Pacific OceanSea of Japan East China Sea Bering Sea Gulf of Alaska Coral Sea Bay of Bengal Exercise Kiwi Flag, Alam Halfa, Southern Katipo New Zealand Gema Bhakti  Indonesia Exercises Cobra Gold, Cope Tiger  Thailand Exercise Keen Sword, Forest Light  Japan Exercise Balikatan, PHIBLEX PhilippinesExercise Commando Sling Singapore  Exercises Ssang Yong, Key Resolve, Ulchi Freedom Guardian, Foal Eagle, Max Thunder Republic of Korea  Exercise CARAT, Bersama Shield  Malaysia Exercise Pitch Black Australia Exercise Dawn Blitz, Iron Fist MCB Camp Pendleton, California Tafakula Tonga
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  3. 3. 3 US Government / PACOM Theater Priorities Areas of Partner Nation s’ Interests Maintaining Marine Corps unit readiness through realistic training Overlap areas are where we have common and mutually beneficial interests OUR WORK: ALIGNING INTERESTS We train WITH our partners to develop and maintain our readiness.
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