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Australia to Send Naval Personnel to Join US and UK Navies for Joint Military Exercise in 2023

Australia has announced that it will send naval personnel to join the US and UK navies for a joint military exercise in the Pacific in 2023. This exercise, known as the Tri-Service Pacific Expeditionary Exercise, is expected to involve more than 5000 personnel from the three countries.

The joint military exercise will involve a range of training and testing scenarios, including amphibious landings, air and missile defense, and live-fire exercises. The exercise aims to enhance the military capabilities and readiness of the participating countries, as well as to strengthen their strategic partnerships in the region.

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The crew of HMAS Stalwart line the ship’s upper decks during its commissioning ceremony at Fleet Base West, Rockingham. *** Local Caption *** The Royal Australian Navy’s newest ship HMAS Stalwart was commissioned at a ceremony at Fleet Base West on 13 November 2021. Stalwart is the second of two Supply class Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment (AOR) ships built for Navy and will be homeported at Fleet Base West, Rockingham, Western Australia. The Supply Class AORs’ primary role is to provide logistics replenishment to naval combat units while at sea.

This joint exercise comes at a time of growing concern about the strategic balance in the Asia-Pacific region, with China’s increasing military assertiveness causing concern among many regional countries. The joint exercise is expected to send a message of deterrence to China and other potential adversaries in the region.

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Australia’s participation in the joint exercise is part of a broader effort by the country to enhance its military capabilities and deepen its strategic partnerships with key allies in the region. The country has been investing heavily in its defense capabilities in recent years, including acquiring new naval vessels and developing new military technologies.

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The participation of Australian personnel in the joint exercise is expected to strengthen the country’s military readiness and interoperability with key allies and enhance its ability to respond to potential threats in the region. The exercise is scheduled for 2023, and further details are expected to be announced in the coming months.

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