Saturday, November 1, 2014

• China's Threat: U.S. and Philippine Conduct Joint Military


U.S. navy soldiers and their Philippine counterparts disembark from a speed boat after a surveillance operation training during a joint military exercises between the Philippines and the United States at the South China Sea, June 28, 2013. The Philippines and U.S. Naval forces 
began joint military exercises codenamed Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) at the South China Sea on 
June 27 to enhance the capability of both sides through practical exercises and lectures.



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U.S. navy soldiers and their Philippine counterparts disembark from a speed boat after a surveillance 
operation training during a joint military exercises 
between the Philippines and the United 
States at the South China Sea, June 28, 2013. 
The Philippines and U.S. Naval forces 
began joint military exercises codenamed 
Cooperation Afloat Readiness and 
Training (CARAT) at the South China Sea on 
June 27 to enhance the capability of 
both sides through practical exercises 
and lectures.

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A U.S. navy soldier (L) instructs his Philippine 
counterpart during a joint military 
exercises between the Philippines and the 
United States at the South 
China Sea, June 28, 2013. 

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U.S. navy soldiers and their Philippine counterparts 
operate a boat during a joint military 
exercises between the Philippines and 
the United States at the South China 
Sea, June 28, 2013.