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Pacific Partnership 2016 Co-hosts Joint Disaster Management Symposium
July 8, 2016
160630-N-BB534-836 LEGAZPI CITY, Philippines -- Army Col. Lisa Franklin, gives a presentation during the Joint Disaster Management Symposium at Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital. The symposium gave Pacific Partnership 2016 personnel, members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, and local medical personnel the chance to have an open dialogue about disaster management relief, in a medical context. Pacific Partnership is visiting the Philippines for the seventh time since its first mission in 2006. Partner nations are working side-by-side with local military and non-government organizations to conduct cooperative health engagements, community relation events and subject matter expert exchanges to better prepare for a natural disaster or crisis.

ROK-U.S. Alliance Agrees to Deploy THAAD to the Korean Peninsula
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USS Patriot Arrives in Osaka
July 7, 2016
Okinawa, JAPAN  - Mine countermeasure ship USS Patriot (MCM 7) departs White Beach Naval Facility to join up with USS Chief (MCM 14) as they prepare to conduct squadron level mine countermeasure training which includes mine hunting and mine sweeping. Patriot and Chief are assigned to Mine Countermeasures Squadron (MCMRON) 7 forward deployed to Sasebo, Japan in U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations supporting security and stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.

LEAD 2016 to Cultivate Leadership at Inaugural Symposium
July 7, 2016

USS Patriot Commences Summer Patrol
July 5, 2016

2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment Marines Disembark USS Ashland After Participation in
July 5, 2016

Pacific Partnership 2016 Conducts Cooperative Health Engagement in Ligao City
July 1, 2016
LIGAO CITY, Philippines (June 28, 2016) - Lt. Gabrielle Jung, a Navy dentist and native of Aurora, Colorado (left), talks with a student at Ligao West Central Elementary School during Pacific Partnership 2016. Jung was at the school as part of a cooperative health engagement where Pacific Partnership 2016 personnel attached to hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) and members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines spent the day educating people on health care, hygiene and nutrition. Participants also provided direct care services including optometry, dental care and physical therapy. Pacific Partnership is visiting the Philippines for the seventh time since its first mission in 2006. Partner nations will work side-by-side with local military and non-government organizations to conduct cooperative health engagements, community relation events and subject matter expert exchanges to better prepare for a natural disaster or crisis.

USS Ashland Transits South China Sea
July 1, 2016

USS Ashland Departs Singapore
June 28, 2016

Pacific Partnership 2016 Arrives in Philippines
June 27, 2016
DILI, Timor Leste (June 9, 2016) Hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) sits anchored off the coast of Timor Leste during its first mission stop of Pacific Partnership 2016. Pacific Partnership 2016 marks the sixth time the mission has visited Timor Leste since its first visit in 2006. Medical, engineering and various other personnel embarked aboard Mercy are working side-by-side with partner nation counterparts, exchanging ideas, building best practices and relationships to ensure preparedness should disaster strike.

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