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#1 Posted : Tuesday, June 21, 2022 3:59:36 AM(UTC)

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Thai and US Armed Forces launch joint exercises "Karat"
The Royal Thai Navy and the United States Navy began their 28th Annual Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CAAT) on May 23.

Karat exercises in the Gulf of Thailand underscore the cooperationเล่นสล็อตbetween the United States. with Thailand to make the Indo-Pacific region free and open which is critical to peace, security and stability of the region.

“The 28-year training in Karat in Thailand represents the long-standing bond between the Thai and American peoples,” said Lieutenant Colonel Brian Bange, Commander-in-Chief of the USS Jackson (LCS 6). to work with the Royal Thai Navy to support regional security cooperation as well as to strengthen and enhance the potential of working together.”

Through a range of activities, the two countries will demonstrate their capacity to work together. Including tactics designed to enhance maritime communication using complex naval tactics. The exercise also included target tracking using maritime awareness with the P-8 aircraft, which aims to increase the Navy's ability to track and trace targets beyond the line of view. In addition to search and rescue training The navy of both nations will also practice landing helicopters on the other navy's ships.

The Specialist Exchange includes a wide range of joint training activities aimed at building capacity and knowledge. of the participants

Offshore training will be conducted in territorial and international waters near Sattahip and Koh Samui. The United States has sent the USS Jackson (LCS 6) and P-8A Poseidon aircraft under the Special Task Force (CTF) 72 to join training with ships and aircraft from the Royal Thai Navy to strengthen joint operations and strengthen ties. our

The Royal Thai Navy has sent ships and aircraft to join, including 3 frigate ships, which are HTMS Naresuan (FFG 421), HTMS Bang Pakong (FFG 456) and HTMS Kraburi (FFG 457), 1 aircraft is the S-76B, including Diver Training and Dismantling Unit

“The Royal Thai Navy considers this exercise a great benefit in developing skills, knowledge, and abilities. as well as the experience of personnel in the military," said Vice Admiral Paisan Meesri, Deputy Commander of the Royal Thai Navy. “I am confident that all forces participating in the exercise will benefit from technical exchanges, field training and offshore training.”
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