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A primary benefit to participation in Pacific Pathways, said 1st Sgt. Christian E. Lopez, is that it provides for Soldiers ample opportunity to develop for the future.
The 130th Engineer Brigade hosted a deployment ceremony for engineers of the 523rd Eng. Company, 84th Eng. Battalion, May 18, at Hamilton Field, here, for its upcoming deployment to the Republic of Korea as part of the U.S. Army-Pacific’s Korean rotational forces.
Soldiers of the U.S. Army, Royal Thai Army, Bangladesh Army, and Air National Guardsmen, shared their experiences and knowledge to counter improvised explosive devices during a train the trainer course, nicknamed T3, here, May 10.
U.S. and Cambodian forces wrapped up two weeks of bilateral training and relationship building as they officially closed Angkor Sentinel 2016 with a ceremony and Royal Cambodian Army capability demonstration, March 25, at the Training School for Multinational Peacekeeping Forces, here.
More than $1 billion in equipment has enabled Iraqi forces to make a significant difference.
Project realized through joint, bilateral partnership between the Navy, USARPAC, Idaho Guard and Cambodian engineers
U.S. and Cambodian forces officially opened Angkor Sentinel 2016, an annual bilateral military exercise hosted by the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces and sponsored by the U.S. Army Pacific, during a ceremony, Monday, at the Training School for Multinational Peacekeeping Forces, here.
Six members of the Hawaii Army National Guard participated sin Hawaii’s State Partnership Program’s seventh Noncommissioned Officer Subject Matter Expert Exchange (SMEE), here, Feb. 22-26.